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What does HBRA stand for?

HBRA stands for Howard Buford Recreation Area (Oregon)


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Don't miss: Consider taking the Middle Fork Path all the way to the Quarry Creek bridge; along this stretch the close-up view of the Middle Fork Willamette River and Howard Buford Recreation Area beyond is stunning.
Forest Service is one of approximately one dozen public and private agencies responsible for organizing the popular event, which offers youngsters a chance to climb trees, roast hot dogs and marshmallows, saw logs and hike with their families for free throughout the Howard Buford Recreation Area.
Lane County is seeking grant funding to move a frequently waterlogged and muddy trail that runs along the base of Mount Pisgah in the Howard Buford Recreation Area.
Through no fault of their own, the faeries and the dashers were shown the exit Tuesday when the Lane County Board of Commissioners voted 4-1 to cancel the two remaining large outdoor events - the Faerieworlds folk music festival and the Dirty Dash mud run - scheduled for 2015 at the county's Howard Buford Recreation Area that surrounds and includes Mount Pisgah.
The Lane County Board of Commissioners voted 4-1 Tuesday afternoon to cancel the two remaining large outdoor events scheduled for 2015 at the county's Howard Buford Recreation Area around Mount Pisgah.
Whether the board decides to allow these events to continue beyond 2015 at the controversial outdoor venue at the Howard Buford Recreation Area will depend on how closely the guidelines expected to emerge from negotiations between residents of the nearby Seavey Loop neighborhood and event organizers are followed.
Commissioners directed the county staff to form a group of Seavey Loop neighbors and event organizers to discuss ways to ease neighbors' concerns about the events held at the outdoor venue at the Howard Buford Recreation Area.