Ash Creek Restoration and Resiliency Project
Restore and improve resiliency in forested and non-forested ecosystems within the Ash Creek Fire and other fires that have occurred within the last 25 to 30 years from Highway 212 to the northern most boundary of the Ashland Ranger District.
Bounded on the west, north and east by the Ashland district boundary and on the southwest by US Highway 212 and the 3 Mile project boundary and southeast by roads 4467 and 47853
District: Ashland Ranger District
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