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I do believe Halloween is just a few weeks away and the store hours are posted here in our window. Come up to the mountain this week and enjoy some beautiful weather. Stop by the store for a visit and pick up a few things, hope we see you all soon.

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We're hearing that there's an increase in wolf sightings within the Umpqua National Forest. did you know there's a reporting database site which the reporting publics can use. If you see a wolf (not at Wildlife Safari!) then you can report it using this link. This is a confidential database that Oregon Dept of Fish and Wildlife manages which allows them to observe hot spots for wolf sightings. www.dfw.state.or.us/Wolves/wolf_reporting_form.asp

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Effective Saturday, October 6, at 12:01 a.m., fire danger across the Umpqua National Forest will become a “low” rating. In addition, the Industrial Fire Precaution Level will decrease to level 1 across the entire Umpqua National Forest. All Public Use Restrictions are lifted, meaning that campfires will be permitted in dispersed camping areas. As hunting season is underway, the public is reminded that fire season is not over and to be cautious while recreating. Campfires must be drowned until cool to the touch before leaving the site. As a reminder, Forest roads south of the Rogue-Umpqua Divide Wilderness on the Tiller Ranger District remain closed for public safety because of danger from trees damaged by wildfire. For a complete list and map of those road closures and two trail closures, visit www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/umpqua/alerts-notices. General information about the Umpqua National Forest can be found at www.fs.usda.gov/umpqua.

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Spending some quality time at Diamond Lake (elev. 5,000 feet) this weekend? Be prepared for cooler temps because it may get down to low 40's at night and as high as 61 degrees F during the day. Might see some scattered thunderstorms, too. Photo courtesy of Josh Bronson, 2016.

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Great Oregon Beach and River Clean Up Event on September 29, 2018 This weekend is the semiannual “Great Oregon Beach and River Clean-up” with opportunities to volunteer all over Oregon! In Douglas County there are 3 locations holding clean-up sessions on Saturday, September 29: South Umpqua River Clean-up Various Parks - Micelli Park, Templin Park, Roseburg Visitor’s Center, Deer Creek Greenway, Gaddis Park 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Roseburg, OR www.faceboook/southumpquarivercleanup Umpqua Dunes Clean-up Umpqua Beach #2, Winchester Bay, OR 10:00 am - 1:00 pm www.solveoregon.org/opportunity/a0C1I00000FEWlcUAH Oregon Dunes Clean-up Sparrow Park, Reedsport, OR 10:00 am - 1:00 pm www.solveoregon.org/opportunity/a0C1I00000FEWlAUAX

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