Post-Fire Restoration Work
Volunteers and volunteer leaders from Jackson County Parks, Rogue Basin Partnership, Rogue Riverkeeper, Rogue River Watershed Council, Rogue Valley Council of Governments, Rogue Valley Sewer Services, The Freshwater Trust, and others have been working within North Ashland, Talent, and Phoenix to seed, lay straw, and pick up non-hazardous trash in impacted riparian areas. Additionally, Payne Creek in Phoenix has recently been planted with willow stakes in hopes of combatting the invasive blackberry, as well as to encourage more beaver activity in the area.
If you’re interested in volunteering, check back for upcoming events:
For more information, please contact Brooke Amposta, Jackson County Volunteer Coordinator: AmpostBA@jacksoncounty.org.
Check out the articles on the recent volunteer efforts from KDRV and Jackson County Parks.
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