Trail Update 04/25/17: Trails passing into and from Four Corners are closed for public safety during helicopter tree thinning. Please see our trail information page for updates. See a list of the trail and roads to know where you can explore the watershed. Read the official closure order from the United States Forest Service.
Controlled Burns: Burning will continue this spring under optimal conditions. Expect some impacts to Toothpick Trail. Check controlled burning in relation to town roads and trails on our burn map. View Ashland's air quality.
NEW! See a map of the closure area. This geo-linked map can be downloaded into Avenza Maps and viewed on your mobile device when you explore the watershed.
Stay informed about AFR and the watershed by clicking on the NOTIFY ME BY E-MAIL tab on the left-hand menu and joining our e-mail notification list. Also: www.ashland.or.us/trailinfo or Facebook at www.facebook.com/AFR.Project.
Controlled Burn at Acid Castle Rocks
The Ashland Forest Resiliency Stewardship Project(AFR) will conduct a controlled burn today off Hitt Road at Acid Castle Rocks. This burn will be under optimal conditions and is attended with a 12 person crew from Lomakatsi Restoration Project. Smoke may be visible from many areas of the... Read more...
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