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Increased Traffic On West Side of Ashland Watershed

USFS 2060 Road
Please be aware of increased vehicle traffic on the west side (top of Granite St) 2060 Ashland Loop Road including Potlicker and Horn Gap Trails. Several different crews are working on wildfire  fuels reduction in the Horn Gap area. If weather conditions are good, crews will try to work into mid-July. We will keep you updated on the AFR Facebook  and website This round of ecological thinning is the last round of cutting in the 10-year Ashland Forest Resiliency Project in the near future. We want to thank you for your patience as we complete the work and ask that you exercise caution in areas where crews are working. Spotters will be out when crews work near the trails. There will not be any trail or road closures.

The U.S. Forest Service- Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest has made a map of the Ashland watershed's trails available to the public for free through Avenza. Please follow the Ashland Woodland Trail Association's recommendations for trail use during the COVID-19 pandemic.

This work is funded by the Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board and made possible by Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectThe Nature Conservancy in OregonCity of Ashland Oregon and the U.S. Forest Service- Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest.


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