Experience the Wild Klamath-Siskiyou
Join us for a hike or event and learn what makes this ecoregion so special!
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Join KS Wild, Siskiyou Chapter of the Native Plant Society of Oregon, Friends of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, and monument staff for an invasive weed pull in the Mariposa Preserve just outside of Ashland.
This is an all-day rugged hike into a wild remote area. We will follow a moderate to difficult trail into the Baldface Creek watrershed.
Join KS Wild and fire experts for our Summer Speaker Series on the role of fire in our ecoregion. For our first event on June 24th, hear from Richard Fairbanks about securing your perimeter and how creating defensible space is a year long process.
KS Wild and USFS partnering together on Sunday, June 30th to pull yellow star thistle around the popular recreation area of Applegate Lake, exact areas TBD. We will meet and carpool to the weed pulling sites.
Enjoy this moderate 5-mile round trip hike where the Rogue River feels more like a creek. This is a beautiful trail with a couple of cascading waterfalls and a lush riparian zone set against the backdrop of an intact post-fire forest.
Join KS Wild and fire experts for our Summer Speaker Series on the role of fire in our ecoregion. For our second event on July 25th, hear from OSU Professor Christopher Dunn about fire behavior across a mixed ownership checkerboard.
Bigelow Lake is a highlight of Oregon Caves National Monument in the high country of the Siskiyou Crest and is one of the few easy-access, nearly pristine, cirque lakes in the Klamath-Siskiyous. Wildflowers are likely to be in peak bloom.
Join KS Wild and fire experts for our Summer Speaker Series on the role of fire in our ecoregion. For our last event on August 29th, Dr. Arielle Halpern will discuss the role of fire in the era of climate change.
Have you ever seen an eagle chase an osprey, until the osprey drops a fish it's carrying. But then the eagle, swooping in below, catches the dropped fish in mid-air? Or watched a dragonfly emerge from the back of a dull brown bug that just crawled out of a river? These are some of the amazing experiences our guests have had on our raft supported hikes along the Wild and Scenic Rogue River.