Umpqua National Forest Offices to Close for All-Employee Training -- One-day closure at four offices means visitors should plan ahead

Release Date: Jun 7, 2018   Roseburg, Oregon

Contact: Cheryl Caplan, (541) 957-3270

The front desks of four sites for the Umpqua National Forest will be temporarily closed to allow all employees to participate in a mandatory training. People wanting to get a free-use permit or purchase a permit or pass that week should plan to visit the offices during scheduled open days.

The Cottage Grove Ranger Station will be closed Tuesday, June 12. The Diamond Lake Ranger Station in Toketee and North Umpqua Ranger Station in Glide will be closed Wednesday, June 13. The Dorena Genetic Resource Center will be closed Thursday, June 14.

The Supervisor’s Office in Roseburg and the Tiller Ranger Station will remain open the entire week. Recreation sites within the Umpqua National Forest will be open as usual.

The training is part of a nationally directed effort called “Stand Up for Each Other”. Employees will focus on the agency’s anti-harassment policy and program as well as the agency’s values, culture and expected behaviors to create healthy and safe work environments.

Information about the Umpqua National Forest is available at www.fs.usda.gov.gov/umpqua, or www.facebook.com/UmpquaNationalForest.

06/06/2018 UNF Offices to Close for All-Employee Training