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Controlled Burn Monday, Dec. 13th, USFS 2080 Road

There will be a controlled burn on Thursday, 12/13/2018 on the Forest Service 2080 Road (upper Tolman Creek), about 5 air miles above Ashland. There are not any anticipated direct impacts to trails in the area, though drifting smoke could affect Upper Missing Links or Bull Gap trails.

Smoke will be visible from parts of town, but we don't anticipate any impacts to homes or the city. Thanks for your patience with Wednesday's burning, we got important burns completed right on the edge of the city and we know there are some smoke impacts to people.   

Read more about the project on our website ashlandwatershed.org. Smoke safety and health information can be found at smokewiseashland.org.


Stay Informed: 
  • Call the Smoke & Wildfire Hotline: (541) 552-2490
  • Follow us on Facebook
  • Find us on Twitter
  • Subscribe to AFR email 
  • AFR cell phone notifications: Text WATERSHED in message line to 888777 as recipient.
  • Ashland Emergency Alerts: Text 97520 as message to 888777 or see ashland.or.us/nixle
The Ashland Forest Resiliency Stewardship Project (AFR) is a collaborative forest restoration project that reduces the risk of severe wildfire across public and private land in and around the Ashland Watershed by thinning overcrowded forests and conducting controlled burns.



  
 

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