Thirty Years of Conservation Forestry at Willow-Witt Ranch
658 Shale City Road
Ashland, OR 97520
To quote forest consultant Marty Main, “To see forests that have been managed for conservation, and by the same people, for more than a quarter century is really unusual, and a treat.”
Join Marty as he leads a forest tour to discuss the extended conservation strategies on the 445-acre Willow-Witt Ranch near Ashland, with average elevation of 5000 feet. The non-profit Crest at Willow-Witt will take up the mantle of conservation and restoration on the property, located in the expanded Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument.
Come dressed for a flat-to-moderate hike, rain or shine. Fee of $25 will benefit the OSU Extension Land Steward program and The Crest. Organic salad lunch will be available during the question-and-answer period at the conclusion of the tour. No dogs or pets are allowed on the ranch.