Ashland Streamside Forest Restoration work begins

ASHLAND, Ore. —The Lomakatski Restoration Project is hosting its 15th annual Streamside Forest Restoration week.

The 3 days of stewardship activities, work to get local children involved in restoration work.

It’s happening where the Almeda Fire burned through the 13-acre Ashland pond property.

300 Helman Elementary school students will work on restoration techniques… And learn about a variety of plants and shrubs.

The work will continue through Friday.

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