Local fire crews burn on more than 100 acres
2/23/12, Jenica Villamor/KTVL.com, a story and video concerning fire hazard reduction by Lomakatsi crews in Ashland’s watershed for the Ashland Resiliency Project.
Oak Habitat Restoration Program, Restoring Oregon’s Oak Woodlands, a 2:43 minute video posted on Facebook on November 14, 2011. The focus is on the Colestin Valley portion of the Central Umpqua – Mid Klamath Oak Habitat Conservation Project. This video was included with an article in the US Fish & Wildlife Service Journal, Partners — A Unity of Effort Saving Oregon Oaks in the Colestin Valley.
“This is an overview of the Ashland Forest Resiliency Stewardship Project. This project in the Ashland Watershed is designed to reduce fire danger, promote forest health, protect the community and older forest habitat in the forests in the source of the City’s municipal water supply.”
Lomakatsi staff and work crews are featured in this video.