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Thursday, January 24, 2019: Pile Burns Near Panther Peak and Queen of Heart Loop in Siskiyou Mountain Park

UPDATE:  An additional pile burn managed by Ashland Parks and Recreation Commission will be conducted in Siskiyou Mountain Park near Queen of Heart Loop.   

Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest and Ashland Forest Resiliency partners plan to continue a pile burn near Panther Peak. No trails or roads will be closed. Adjacent to the burn: Road 2060, Road 2060-400, Ricketty and No Candies Trails may have some smoke impacts. The regional and local US Forest Service recognize this important work has a limited time frame to accomplish necessary fuels treatments and have resumed controlled burns during the partial government shutdown. Learn more about pile burns on the AFR Blog.  
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Pile Burn in the Ashland Watershed
Thank you for your patience as we complete controlled burns to increase fire safety for our community.

 

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