Our Affiliates

Coalitions & Collaboratives, Inc. has supported and continues to support

A Healthy Watershed – Now and in the Future

Healthy Watersheds & Economic Prosperity


Education. Community. Stewardship. Agriculture. Recreation. Science. Watershed Health.

EmergencyRV is a charitable organization initially established in response to the massive and deadly November 2018 Campfire, which decimated the entire town of Paradise, California and left more than 50,000 residents traumatized and displaced.

Fire Adapted Colorado (FACO) provides a statewide platform for information sharing and forward thinking discussion as related to wildfire issues. FACO acts as a connecting force that works with a collective voice, aimed at creating safer and more resilient communities living with the threat of wildfire.

Creating safe, healthy, and accessible regional waterways so people can connect, protect, and create with water for an improved life.

As an organization we aim to create a “new natural”—a culture that coexists with wildfire and accepts fire as a natural process in our landscape.  We dream of healthy forests and a community that is ready for and adapted to wildfire. 

The mission of the partnership is to provide effective reduction of the threat of wildfires to life and property in Pueblo, Fremont, and Custer Counties.

Increasing community awareness of wildfire risk while enhancing public safety and community resilience from threats of wildfires in the Appalachian Mountains Wildland Urban Interface (WUI).

Working with private landowners, non-government organizations, and government agencies to implement conservation projects throughout Butte County

Advocating for resource conservation through education and collaborative efforts with willing landowners and organizations that promote economic and ecological sustainability; helping private and public land managers plan and implement projects that conserve and protect natural resources.

Fostering healthy political understanding through the promotion of community participation in decision making.

Providing a countywide platform that connects practitioners to develop a collective voice to better advocate for wildfire resiliency.


Working with partners across the country to create a more fire resilient society through fire management and community engagement. TEA plans and executes prescribed burns, leads innovative training initiatives, and helps communities plan for wildfires.

Preserving lives and property in Big Sky, Montana.

TAWPC envisions a community where wildfire risk is understood, and resources are sought
to mitigate that risk.


Engaging the public and facilitating collaborative cross-boundary actions by
implementing the National Wildland Fire Management Cohesive Strategy at the local
level to create resilient landscapes, build fire adapted communities, increase understanding, and implement projects to protect values at risk.


Cultivating partnerships, promoting community stewardship, and revitalizing social and ecological systems within the Boulder Creek watershed. Envisioning a watershed resiliency where landscapes and communities thrive.

Supporting active forest management that increases forest ecosystem health and resilience. Increasingly focused on prescribed fire as a tool for restoring fire adapted ecosystems and reducing wildfire risk.

Convening local forestry and fire professionals, agencies and community members to build collaborative planning efforts and promote wildfire preparedness and forest health in Yuba County, California.

Helping small, well-defined communities use their best assets to build and enhance their capacity to partner effectively with government and nonprofit agencies in envisioning and realizing a local and comprehensive vision of resilient, sustainable and regenerative development.

Preserving and enhancing natural areas and manmade resources by collaboratively mobilizing public and private sectors to make homes, businesses, properties, neighborhoods, communities and the landscape more fire safe.

Working with farmers, ranchers, forest owners, and other residents to help conserve natural resources in Washington state’s largest county.

Engaging in extensive wildfire mitigation and forest restoration projects and initiatives in partnership with neighboring districts and other stakeholders.

Wildland Fire Module: solely dedicated to wildfire risk reduction activities and fire suppression and management

Focusings on reducing risk and catastrophic losses to resources and property on private land throughout Missoula County.


Established to promote, coordinate and support creative solutions that strengthen rural communities, economies and landscapes


Connecting nature, people, and science in a rapidly changing world, understanding that threats to the environment are greater and more impactful than ever before

Established to restore, protect and enhance the natural systems of the Mattole river watershed

Working with landowners and farmers to manage natural resources in Whatcom County

Dovetail is a highly skilled team that fosters sustainability and responsible behaviors by collaborating to develop unique concepts, systems, models and programs.

Providing services within Woodland Hills along with mutual aid to other volunteer and full-time departments in the surrounding area

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A unification of many people focusing on sustainability practices that integrate modern techniques with the ways of the people before colonial capitalist culture began to dominate

Providing fire prevention, fire suppression and emergency medical services to Conifer, Colorado and surrounding communities

Dedicated to making Nevada County safer from catastrophic wildfire through fire safety projects and education

Working across jurisdictions to implement shared environmental stewardship priorities throughout Washoe territories; building upon these efforts to restore the fire-resilient ecosystems that our communities and future generations depend.

A stewardship-driven organization cultivating environmental leadership while creating community resiliency and vitality; protecting and restoring the health and function of the Boulder Creek watershed and supporting watershed-related collaboration.

Assisting communities in Huerfano County and adjacent communities to reduce fire risk and recover from wildfire

To inform, empower, and mobilize county residents to survive and thrive in wildfire-prone environments


Engaging the community and facilitating efforts that will enhance, conserve,  sustain and protect the natural resources and rural lifestyle of the Clearwater Watershed for present and future generations.


JCD provides technical planning, implementation services, and financial assistance to landowners and community members in Jefferson County, Colorado.


KWP works in collaboration with landowners, agencies and other partners to conserve, enhance, and restore the natural resources of the Klamath Basin, while ensuring the long-term sustainability of the regional economy and local communities.


Working to foster increased wildfire awareness and adaptation among individual citizens, neighborhoods, businesses, government and other local institutions and organizations.


Providing private landowners in Golden Valley and Musselshell Counties with the tools, education and resources to implement conservation practices which protect and promote the wise use of our natural resources.

Dedicated to natural resource conservation and economic development; providing grant management and administration support, fiscal sponsorship, outreach and engagement assistance, facilitation, grant writing and capacity building assistance.

Reducing losses from wildfire through pre-fire activities; working closely with private landowners, Firewise communities, and federal land managers to develop and implement strategic projects and programs.

Working collaboratively to assess, protect, maintain, and restore the ecosystems of California’s spectacular
Salmon River watershed.


WAP inspires, motivates, educates and serves individuals, organizations and communities joining together to protect lives and property from wildfire.

Bringing together private landowners, public land management and infrastructure agencies, agriculture, local business, and recreation and tourism industries; recognizing these individuals as key parts of the Big Thompson watershed’s unique identity, economy, and health.


Establish forestry that is ecologically, economically, and socially responsible as the standard for professional forest management, from coast to coast.

Supporting the development of resilient, self-reliant communities by assisting veterans who have returned home to successfully re-enter the civilian workforce. Engaging landowners to reduce the risk of wildland fire to life, property, and critical infrastructure.


Developing a safe and effective collaborative response to wildfire in the Alpine area.

HWMO’s vision is for the people and places of Hawaii to be wildfire-safe and wildfire-ready through proactive, collaborative, and forward-thinking projects and information exchanges.

Durango Fire works with the City of Durango and other communities in our district to mitigate the threat of Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) fires.

Encouraging wise stewardship and conservation of all natural resources for current and future residents of Chelan County.

KCCD provides leadership, technical, educational and financial assistance to landowners and land users in their utilization and management of natural resources.

These counties have been active in wildfire risk reduction activities since 1998 and continue to expand grant funded mitigation programs while sharing one full-time Wildland Urban Interface Coordinator.

A healthy and resilient Cache La Poudre Watershed

Providing homeowners in Island Park with wildfire risk evaluations, slash pick-up and cost-share fuels mitigation projects.

Mentoring youth in the art and science of wildfire/forest health mitigation while providing landowners in the East Mountains of New Mexico with effective and aesthetically pleasing treatments.

The Blackfoot Challenge is a landowner-based group that coordinates management of the Blackfoot River, its tributaries, and adjacent lands.

Mt. Adams Resource Stewards mission is to promote sustainable connections between the land, local economies, and rural communities in the Mt. Adams Region.

Building a stronger community through a healthier forest

Dedicated and compassionate professionals providing life safety through education, emergency response and community involvement to anyone, anytime.

WRWC promotes wildfire preparedness, prevention and mitigation education throughout Delta, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Montrose, Ouray and San Miguel counties.

Our forests are under stress.  Fire, disease, and a changing climate are destroying millions of acres each year, permanently altering our western landscapes.  We aim to change that by redefining how Americans value their forests, but we cannot achieve our goals alone. Find out what is going on and how you can help.

Black Forest Together

Initially, to help the residents of the Black Forest region to recover, rebuild, restore and their lives, protect the Forest’s water quality and ecological health with an emphasis placed on community values, economic stability and the richness of our natural environment today and in the future. Recently, the mission has been expanded to include reforestation of the burn scar through the implementation of the Trees 4 Tomorrow (T4T) Program.

SRFSN is a support system and catalyst for managers, scientists, policy makers, and citizens to interact and share credible fire science for sound decisions in land management and planning. 

Saint Vrain Creek Coalition

A resilient, ecologically-healthy watershed supporting a sustainable, working river system.

Little Thompson Watershed Restoration Coalition

A resilient and enduring watershed that creates an ecologically healthy river.

Arkansas Basin Roundtable

The Arkansas Basin Roundtable continues its efforts to solve future water issues collaboratively. 

Coal Creek Canyon Watershed Partnership

Promoting resiliency in the canyon through community engagement and river restoration.


Lower Ark is a water conservancy district that has a track record of using innovative ideas to help solve water issues affecting the Lower Arkansas Valley.