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Friday, February 22nd - Pile Burn Planned in Horn Gap Trail Area

Friday, The Ashland Forest Resiliency Partners will conduct a controlled burn high in the Ashland Watershed. The burn piles are in the Horn Gap Area at the Road 2060 and Road 2060-200 junction and further along Road 2060-200. Smoke could impact parts of Road 2060, Road 2060-200 and Horn Gap Trail. We recommend using trails lower in the watershed above Lithia Park. Smoke will be visible from I-5 and parts of west Ashland and Talent.   Thank you for your patience as we complete controlled burns to increase fire safety for our community.

The Ashland Forest Resiliency Stewardship Project (AFR) is a collaborative forest restoration project that reduces the risk of severe wildfire across public and private land in and around the Ashland Watershed by thinning overcrowded forests and conducting controlled burns.

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