December 1, 2023

Nonprofit Organizations


Native Plant Society: Time to adopt a rare plant

Native Plant Society: Through our Southern Oregon community (citizen) science project we will teach volunteers how to monitor populations of rare plant species. The goal is for volunteers to be able to visit known populations of their adopted species and report on the health of those populations. 

Read More >

Volunteers needed to help with free Community Thanksgiving Peace Meal

Community volunteers are needed to help with the eighth annual Community Thanksgiving Peace Meal hosted by Southern Oregon Jobs with Justice on Thursday, Nov. 23, at First Presbyterian Church of Ashland, 1615 Clark Ave. The traditional dinner menu includes turkey, mashed potatoes, yams and much more, as well as vegetarian options.

Read More >
City Government

City announces recipients of Early Childhood Affordability grants

Following the open application process for the city of Ashland’s Early Childhood Affordability Grant Program that launched in September, two have been selected among several applications received. The two applicants that met the grant criteria and are slated to be awarded funds are the Ashland Family YMCA and Children’s World Montessori.

Read More >
Latest news

Ashland Veterans Day breakfast was about more than the pancakes

Dozens of Ashland-area veterans of the United States armed forces enjoyed a free breakfast in their honor Saturday, a Veterans Day “thank you” offered to acknowledge their choice to serve their nation and protect their fellow countrymen. Co-sponsored by Ashland Scout Troop 112, American Legion Guy T. Applewhite Post 14, and Ashland Elks Lodge 944, the breakfast of pancakes, scrambled eggs and assorted trimmings was served by members of the Scout Troop, who also set up the Elks Lodge ballroom for the event.

Read More >

Latest posts logo

Subscribe to the newsletter and get local news sent directly to your inbox.

(It’s free)

NewsMatch is here! For a limited time, your donation to will be DOUBLED.