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Article Details Way to Build Affordable, Resilient Homes in Colorado Wildfire Zones

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A May 30 opinion piece posted on The Colorado Sun website states that building with non-combustible materials is one of the best ways to mitigate damage from natural disasters such as fires. The article, written by Keith Meier, executive director of Habitat for Humanity of Teller County, highlights the critical work being done by Build With Strength, NRMCA and the Colorado Ready Mixed Concrete Association in building nine homes in Teller County where, most recently, 11 homes were either destroyed or heavily damaged by wildfires.


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