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Controlled Burn Planned Near Panther Peak and No Candies Trail on Wednesday, December 16th

On Wednesday, December 16th, the Ashland Forest Resiliency Partners plan to do a controlled burn to clear piles in the Panther Peak area. No trails or roads will be closed; however, the No Candies Trail might have some smoke impacts near the Panther Peak area. Rogue RIver-Siskiyou National Forest crews will be on site and will start lighting piles at 10:00 am.   

Potential Smoke Impact Low
  • Smoke will be visible from parts of west Ashland and from Interstate 5.
  • The controlled burn is located high in the watershed and smoke impact is expected briefly near the controlled burn along the No Candies Trail.
 
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Panther Peak along the No Candies Trail

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