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Several people have shown interest in joining us for a future "Keep the Umpqua Clean" event. This Wednesday, January 23rd we will head out again to empty/pick up trash at the Toketee Falls, Watson Falls, and Umpqua Hot Springs trailheads. The plan is to meet at the Umpqua's Last Resort office for coffee & hot cocoa at 10:00am, then head out to the trailheads from there. Anyone is welcome to attend and enjoy the day caring for the forest. The weather next week looks perfect for doing just that! We have trash bags, rubber gloves, and will haul the trash away in our own vehicles. You will want to dress warm, and bring your lunch or a snack. We are also running great RV/lodging specials if you wish to stay a while before heading home. For more information, please call one of our friendly Camp Hosts at 541-498-2500.

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Periods of heavy rainfall and mountain snowmelt will create increased runoff. 3 to 6 inches of rainfall with localized amounts up to 10 inches in the mountains are expected in the Watch area. Snow levels will rise to 7000 feet through the duration of the heaviest rain. High rainfall rates near one half inch per hour are possible and there is potential for flooding in urban areas. Significant rises in small streams and creeks are expected, and flooding is possible. Significant rises in rivers will occur, but no main stem river flooding is currently expected. There is also increased potential for flooding and debris flows in wildfire burn scar areas including the Chetco Bar and Klondike burn scars. If you come across a flooded roadway, find an alternate route. Turn around, don’t drown. Find more information about the flood watch at forecast.weather.gov/wwamap/wwatxtget.php?cwa=mfr&wwa=flood%20watch More information about the storm in general at: www.weather.gov/medford To see the hazard maps in detail, visit: www.wrh.noaa.gov/map/

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Hello all, we at Umpqua's Last Resort love our forest. As we move further into this government shut down, we have decided to take matters into our own hands! Please join us this week in participating in our "Keep the Umpqua Clean" event! Join us mid-week for a discounted rate to help us clean up some of our biggest attraction in the Umpqua Nation Forest! We will all leave the Resort together and travel to Umpqua Hot Spring and Toketee Falls. We will be hosting mid-week clean up parties through the duration of the shut down. Follow our posts to see what areas we will be working each week! If you would like to be a part of this, please give our office a call at 541-498-2500 and let the staff member know you are interested in the "Keep the Umpqua Clean" event!

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