Join partners at ScienceWorks on Saturday, May18th from 10 am to 4 pm to learn about prescribed fire science, Indigenous Traditional Ecological Knowledge and, community smoke & wildfire preparedness!

Make a DIY Filter in Cleaner Air Classes

  • May 18th, Register for the ScienceWorks DIY Filter Class - Open to all citizens. Caregivers and families are encouraged to bring their children!
  • Ashland Senior Center DIY Filter Classes on May 22nd: Call (541) 488-5342 to register. These classes are for persons over 55 or for community members of all ages who have pre-existing medical conditions. Free and open to the public!  
Ashland Senior Center
Register with the Ashland Senior Center: (541) 488-5342


ERA OF MEGAFIRESHow do you want your fire?  How do you want your smoke? On Wednesday, November 8th, 2017 Dr. Paul Hessburg presented his research on fire prone landscapes at the SOU Science Auditorium.  Several community members came to the presentation to learn more about how we can address the threat of wildfires in and around Ashland.  If you missed the presentation, check out Dr. Hessburg's TedTalk.

The Event was sponsored by:     Ashland Chamber of Commerce, City of Ashland, Lomakatsi Restoration Project, SOU Environmental Science and Policy Program, Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network, Fire Learning Network, The Nature Conservancy, Southern Oregon Forest Restoration Collaborative and Ashland Forest Resiliency Project 




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