ASHLAND, Ore. -- Ashland Forest Resiliency Project (AFR) says controlled burn season has begun. It says burning is a critical component of fire safety and forest health.
With the onset of wet weather, controlled burning could begin soon at high elevations and will continue through spring. To keepthose informed on our burning, Ashland Forest Resiliency is using updated smoke communication protocols and COVID-19 health and safety measures are in place in coordination with Oregon Health Authority.
To receive non-emergency burning and smoke alerts:
1. Text WATERSHED in the message line to 888777 for non-emergency notifications
2. Register for the AFR email list at www.ashlandwatershed.org
3. Follow AFR on Facebook at www.facebook.com/AFR.Project
4. Or on Twitter @ashlandforest