Update on 2018 Fire Season

Despite an unusually dry climate this year in Colorado and much of the nation, our beautiful Genesee community was very fortunate in 2018 to have escaped with any fire incidents Still, the risk of wildland fires is ever present, and we must remain diligent and prepared. Despite all of our mitigation efforts, there are uncontrollable acts of God, such as strong winds that dry out the landscape. The fires in California that sparked in November, and the speed with which they spread, remind us all of the importance to remain aware, and be proactive through household planning and working together.

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Stay Safe in Rattlesnake Country

Rattlesnakes have been expanding their range over the past few years. They are also emerging from their dens earlier than in past years. With our fox population wiped out from mange, the expanding rodent population is enticing for rattlesnakes.

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Genesee Tree Inventory

The Genesee Foundation has focused on initial forest thinning over the past 30-40 years. As this initial successful forest management work nears conclusion, it is time to go back into the forest areas for a second or third treatment.

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National Safety Month

June, for a couple of reasons, is an important month for us. For one, it’s National Safety Month; we are emphasizing crime prevention, road and pedestrian safety, bicycle safety, and most importantly, fire safety.

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Wildflowers

One of the special pleasures of living in Genesee is our open spaces and the beautiful wildflowers inhabiting them. Our wonderful trail system allows us to view and enjoy their diversity throughout the season.

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