Community Technical Assistance

Since 1978, when it was established with a W. K. Kellogg Foundation grant, the Office of Community Services has continually diversified and increased its activities in the OCS Technical Assistance program, through we provide expertise and facilities for communities as they develop economically, socially, and environmentally.

Activities involve planning and design of various aspects of community development. Our in-house landscape architect provides many of these services, working closely with southwest Colorado communities on a number of beautification and rehabilitation projects; for example, community and county trail systems. Planning and design also include services that our partners need, such as: 

  • grantwriting in historic preservation and interpretation and research related activities; 
  • facilitation of public discourse on various issues related to community and economic development and community-and ecosystem stewardship; and
  • project administration to assist our clients and partners in achieving their goals and objectives more efficiently.















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The Four Corners Sustainable Forests Partnership: Lessons and Strategies for Community Forestry Capacity Building

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Forest Planning

The Utilization of Collaborative Processes in Forest Planning