High Park Fire Update
The Warner College of Natural Resources continues to share its deepest concern and sympathy for our faculty, staff, students and neighbors who are among those displaced by the fire, who have lost homes, and who are working to protect against the fire.
The Pingree Park campus that we treasure has been evacuated due to the fire and remains closed to the public at this time. While the Pingree Park evacuation is distressing, we are thankful that everyone was able to leave safely, and we commend our professors, staff and students for swiftly adjusting to the circumstances. NR 220 summer field course classes have been temporarily relocated to the main CSU campus, and WCNR faculty are working tirelessly to provide a unique educational experience for our students. CSU Housing & Dining Services is providing exceptional service and a variety of flexible housing and dining options here on campus to make the temporary relocation as convenient as possible. Those enrolled in NR 220 summer classes will continue to get direct and timely updates from faculty. We thank everyone involved for their patience and support.
The College is proud to be a part of a University that cares for its community and that goes above and beyond to provide resources and support for those in need. To help our CSU family members who have suffered losses in the fire, the CSUCares fund has been established and is devoted to assisting full- and part-time CSU employees and students, and retirees with emergency funds. If you would like to help our CSU co-workers and students through this difficult time, please make a gift through the CSUCares fund today.
We continue to hope for containment and control of this devastating fire and keep those directly impacted in our thoughts. For the latest information on the High Park wildfire as it relates to Colorado State University, please visit the CSU Public Safety page.