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Controlled Burn off Timberline Terrace on Wednesday, April 11th

A small controlled burn is planned for tomorrow, Wednesday, April 11th, 2018 on 6 acres off Timberline Terrace.  Lomakatsi Restoration Project will actively manage the burn. We do not expect smoke to impact town, though residents around Timberline Terrace and Elkader Street may smell light smoke.  The burn could be visible from Siskiyou Boulevard and Ashland Street.


Small Controlled burn planned for Timberline Terrace

Check our controlled burn page and see the AFR Blog on pile burning to learn more.

Stay Informed with these Resources:    
  • Receive text alerts to your phone:  Text WATERSHED to 31279.
  • Call the Smoke & Wildfire Hotline:  (541) 552-2490
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We want to thank you for your patience as we complete controlled burns this spring for community benefit.  Our partners Lomakatsi Restoration Project, The City of Ashland, U.S. Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest and The Nature Conservancy make this work possible. 

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