Final Public Meeting

for Input on the Cascade Head Interpretive Site Design

Salmon River reference marsh

On Monday, April 17 th at 10:30 am, we hope you will join the Salmon Drift Creek Watershed Council and the U.S. Forest Service at the Fraser Road parking area to view the elements and concepts for the roadside informational site.

Many of you participated in meetings in September and December 2015. This input was to frame interpretive ideas that would help the community and visitors, including school children, understand the beauty and values of the estuary, forest and wildlife of the USFS's Cascade Head Scenic Research Area. Come see how those ideas have been translated into the proposed display elements and provide your feedback.


Interpretive Site Design for Roadside Stop to help people appreciate the Cascade Scenic Research Area

When: Monday, April 17th at 10:30 a.m.

Where: Fraser Road parking area (just north of the Hwy 18 & Hwy 101 intersection; south of the Hwy 101 bridge over the Salmon River.

What: See the layout and elements of the interpretive display and the proposed interpretive text and provide input.

Who: Citizens will provide their thoughts to the project team consisting of the U.S. Forest Service, the Salmon Drift Creek Watershed Council, and the exhibit designers/builders (Sea Reach LTD, out of Sheridan, Oregon).

Questions? Email Fran Recht or Laura Doyle or call 541-996-3161.

Photo: Kami Ellingson (USFS) - reference marsh near exhibit site.