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Controlled Burning in Siskiyou Mountain and Hald Strawberry Parks

On Friday, April 7, Ashland Parks and Recreation will manage two controlled burns and a tree thinning operation for community wildfire safety. The first controlled burn is in southwest Siskiyou Mountain Park near Mike Uhtoff and White Rabbit Trails. At a second location, in Hald Strawberry Park, crews will be thinning dead trees and managing a controlled burn.  

 
HS B & T

Please avoid Hald Strawberry Park today. Crews will be thinning dead trees and managing a controlled burn. Tree thinning operations could close trails periodically. 
 
SMP 472023

Controlled burning could cause some smoke to drift over trails in southwest Siskiyou Mountain Park. 
 
See Smokewise Ashland for recommended health actions Smokewise Ashland site resources you need to stay healthy when smoke is in the air.
Sign up for non-emergency controlled burn notifications For assistance in signing up for notifications, contact (541) 552-2218 or email sara.jones@ashland.or.us. 
Smoke impact low Smoke could impact areas near the controlled burn sites.  
 
Stay in Touch.
  1. Text WATERSHED in the message line to 888777 for non-emergency text notifications about controlled burns in our area.
  2. Register for the AFR project email list.
  3. Follow City of Ashland and Ashland Parks and Recreation on Facebook.
 

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