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Two Controlled Burns Planned for Thursday, November 16th

Controlled Burn off Strawberry Lane and the 2060-400 Road
Just outside Ashland off Strawberry Lane a controlled burn will be visible on Thursday.  An additional controlled burn is planned near the north end of No Candies Trail and along the 2060-400 Road in the Ashland Watershed near Ostrich Peak.  Smoke may impact No Candies Trail and the 400 Road.  

Reducing Fire Danger
During the cool seasons, professional teams conduct burns to reduce the risk of wildfires.  Our partners help make this project possible: Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectU.S. Forest Service- Rogue River-Siskiyou National ForestThe Nature Conservancy in Oregon and City of Ashland Oregon.

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