Fall Fire Ecology Hikes
Exploring Fire Ecology and Fire History in the Ashland Watershed
DB Cookie
Darren Borgias Shows Hikers 
Fire Scarred Tree Cookie
Ashland Forest Resiliency Partners will lead a hike of the Red Queen Trail in October, 2018. Explore the Ashland Watershed with partners from the Ashland Forest Resiliency project. Learn more about how forest restoration is conceived and implemented for the diverse habitats in Ashland’s watershed. Hikers will meet at Terrace Street up The Lower Red Queen trail. Hikers will pass through forest restoration sites on U.S. Forest Service and City of Ashland lands, including several years of prescribed burn projects closer to the city.

The Ashland Forest Resiliencey partnership
is a collaboration between the U.S. Forest Service, the City of Ashland, The Nature Conservancy, and Lomakatsi Restoration Project. We have been conducting a 10-year stewardship project designed to reduce the risk of severe wildfire in the Ashland Watershed to protect water quality,older forests, wildlife, people, property, and quality of life.
AGES 7 & up
DAY Saturday
DATES October 12th and 19th
PLACE Lithia Park Bandshell
COST FREE | Registration required (link pending)
  How do you want your fire?  How do you want your smoke?
On Wednesday, November 8th, 2017 Dr. Paul Hessburg presented his research on fire prone landscapes at the SOU Science Auditorium.  Several community members came to the presentation to learn more about how we can address the threat of wildfires in and around Ashland.  If you missed the presentation, check out Dr. Hessburg's TedTalk.

The Event was sponsored by:     Ashland Chamber of Commerce, City of Ashland, Lomakatsi Restoration Project, SOU Environmental Science and Policy Program, Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network, Fire Learning Network, The Nature Conservancy, Southern Oregon Forest Restoration Collaborative and Ashland Forest Resiliency Project 





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