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Wagner Creek Road - Controlled Burn Planned on Tuesday, January 5th

Lomakatsi Restoration Project will manage a controlled burn  5 miles up Wagner Creek Road on Tuesday, January 5th. The controlled burn operation to remove piles is planned for 8:30 am and will end around 2:00 pm. This property is high elevation and north of Panther Peak. About 30 acres of a 92 acre project is planned for tomorrow and fire crews will continue to work off Wagner Creek Road throughout the week when conditions are good. 
 
Potential Smoke Impact:
  • Residents in upper Wagner Creek could experience some smoke in the evening
  • Smoke will be visible from Talent, parts of Ashland and Interstate 5.
Ashland Forest Resiliency has worked on wildfire risk reduction in the watershed and surrounding area for ten years. Learn more about the AFR Project

Information: 

Text-based notifications: text the word "WATERSHED" in the message line to 888777 as the recipient. You will get an auto-confirmation text. 

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