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Your Source for Ashland Watershed Trails, Mountain Lakes, Ashland streets and Lithia Park
The mission of our educational map is to create awareness, expand public understanding and foster stewardship of Ashland’s outdoors and resources. With the map you will learn of the value and history of Ashland’s watershed, from fire to water to a community settled because of its alluring source. While showcasing the work done by the Ashland Forest Resiliency project - past, present and future – the AFR initiative provides crucial forest management for fire protection and better access to AFR project areas to ensure the Ashland Watershed is healthy and continues to provide Ashland’s unsurpassed livability for decades to come. The map is produced by the Ashland Visitor and Convention Bureau.
To receive a copy of the Ashland Map Guide:
You can become a part of this legacy. To ensure this amazing resource of the Ashland Watershed, its drinking water and scenic beauty continues to thrive, we ask for your support by contributing financially.
Your tax deductible donation will go to fund future work of the Ashland Forest Resiliency Project. As of 2014, $4 million more is needed to complete the current AFR phase.
Donate by mail:
Please make donations payable to
Ashland Chamber Foundation (501c3)
PO Box 1360 Ashland, Oregon 97520.
Donate in person:
Ashland Chamber office located at 110 East Main Street, Ashland Oregon 97520
For Online Donations:
Click Here to Donate
Thank you and we appreciate the support of the Ashland Forest Resiliency Project.