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Friday on the Farm!
Public Tour of Controlled Burn Area
Paul Hessburg TedTalk - Living Dangerously, Era of Megafire
AFR Partners Work to Restore Watershed Ecosystem
Megafire warning: Experts issue a call to action at Ashland meeting
Economist Article Praises the Ashland Forest Resiliency Collaborative Model
Jefferson Exchange Interview
Think Out Loud Podcast on Biscuit Fire
60 Minutes Report - Age of Megafires
Archived News Articles
Ashland Watershed Draws National Praise
Community Outreach Tour Draws Dozens
Feds Tour Ashland Forest Resiliency Project
Jackson County gets firewood to 30 low-income families
Ashland trails benefit from effort to reduce wildfire fuel-thinning
Fire line to the future
Temporary Closure on Watershed Trails Begins
Judge Rules Against Watershed Thinning Lawsuit
Interview with Mayor Stromberg
Ecologically-based commercial thinning
Horn Gap Project
October City Source Article on Controlled Burning
Fire History Study in the Ashland Watershed
Ashland Watershed Work Update for 600 Acres of Ecological Thinning
Ashland High School Students work on AFR Project
Helicopter Tree Thinning Project Begins
Controlled Burn for 30 to 40 Acres
Local Residents Tour Ashland Watershed
Ashland Forest Resiliency Expands with New Funding
Project Summary and Spring Update
Ashland Forest Resiliency Generates Local Jobs
UC Davis News Report on Western Forests
City News Release: Work Begins in Ashland Watershed
Ashland Forest Resiliency Partnership Formed with City Council Unanimous Vote