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June 22, 2024

Fire in Ashland watershed held to 2 acres

A red pin marks the approximate location of the Lamb Fire. City of Ashland map
July 13, 2023

Three aircraft brought in to help stop spread of fire above Reeder Reservoir

Ashland.news staff report

A fire reported Thursday morning near the East Fork Creek of Reeder Reservoir in Ashland’s watershed was contained at 2 acres, according to a bulletin from the city of Ashland’s emergency alert. 

Smoke from the fire was visible from Ashland. U.S. Forest Service crews and aircraft, including a fixed-wing airplane and two helicopters, responded to the scene above theeservoir and stopped the spread of what was dubbed the Lamb Fire. 

There was no immediate word on the fire’s cause.

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Smoke from the Lamb Fire burning in the Ashland Watershed Thursday morning could be seen from Valley View Road. Rogue Valley Times photo by Jamie Lusch
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