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The Ducks are out... Spring is here come paddle with us! Daily rafting & Inflatable Kayaking.. www.umpquarivers.com 1-888-454-9696 #northumpquariver #Traveloregon #landofumpqua #CroninInflatables

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Big water fun..after the big rain! First rafting & lodging trip of the season... Come join North Umpqua Outfitters on the river! #floatingonaire #northumpquariver #getoutside #travelrosebugoregon #traveloregon #landofumpqua

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The full impacts of the heavy snow in March and the more recent rains on the Umpqua National Forest are still unknown. We have built a team specifically designed to catalog those impacts and to build and execute a plan to open those areas of the Forest most impacted in a logical manner. “Our team has a lot of work ahead of them as we still don’t know the full impacts to the Forest.” said Alice Carlton, Umpqua National Forest Supervisor. “The team’s sole responsibility is to find us a way forward which is safe and expedient and provides access and forest products.” The Forest is evaluating a wide variety of solutions from working with local timber purchasers, using emergency salvage sales and our internal workforce in order to get this work accomplished. We are asking the public who access the Umpqua to please be safe and to let us know what you are seeing out there. Should you come upon a damaged section of road or trail or a section with downed trees on it, please take a picture of the damaged area and give a call, send us an email or Facebook message with the location of your find. Please do not attempt to cut the area yourself because you will reduce our ability to provide wood products to the mills and local community. As always, make sure that have plenty of emergency supplies and always let someone know where you are going and when you will be returning. For the most up-to-date information keep continue to monitor our Facebook page or website.

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Rivers from space!! Our record April rainfall produced so much sediment that it is easily viewable from space via satellite imagery. Another fun fact: snow depth at 6000 feet at Annie Springs near Crater Lake only lowered by 6 inches during the rain event...and then actually rose 3 inches during snowfall last night as a colder air mass settled in. Current snow depth: 101 inches! #orwx #cawx

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