The BLM is pitching in to help rehabilitate the land that was burned by the Pine Ridge Fire near DeBeque. The Bureau of Land Management has disclosed they will contribute a $1.9 million plan that will focus on soil stabilization and erosion prevention. A report from the Daily Sentinel says one of the short termed goals is to install flow detectors in two canyons near the burned area. These flow detectors will immediately alert the Clifton Water District and the Union Pacific Railroad to sediment flow. Another stage in renovation includes the BLM distributing see mixtures that are native to western Colorado for permanent regrowth. The BLM is hoping to get their rejuvenating project started in the next couple of weeks.