“We appreciate the public’s recognition of how important this work is for the health of the watershed and to reduce hazardous fuels in the forest,” added District Ranger Donna Mickley.
The temporary closure area encompasses the area located north of Horn Gap and south of the National Forest boundary. Portions of Forest Service Roads 2060 and 2060.200 are included in this closure order, as is the Horn Gap Trail (#1014) and the entirety of Forest Service Roads 2060.300 and 2060.400.
The closure is in effect from Monday through Friday, between sunrise and sunset, excluding Federal holidays. For additional information on the Ashland Forest Resiliency Stewardship Project, visit www.ashlandwatershed.org or www.facebook.com/AFR.Project