Experience the Wild Klamath-Siskiyou
Join us for a hike or event and learn what makes this ecoregion so special!
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How did our shared BLM and National Forests come to be Public Domain? Local historian and KS Wild board member Greg Walter will discuss the history of "forest reserves" that would become the basis for our National Forests and National Parks. will give some background regarding the railroad land grants that were involved with those lands reverting back to public ownership and forming today's BLM lands.
Join hike leaders from the Rogue Valley Audubon Society and Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center for a tour of mature conifer forest locations adjacent to the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument. In known habitat for Great Grey Owl and Northern Spotted Owl, we'll search for nests and watch for song birds in a couple of sites proposed for BLM logging; the Griffin Half Moon and North Landscape proposed timber sales. Make sure to bring layers of clothing, hiking boots, binoculars (we'll have a few to lend), snacks + lunch + water
KS Wild is teaming up with the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest Service to host a Clean-Up along Thompson Creek in the Applegate. Start your weekend off with an act of service on your public lands!
Join KS Wild and American River Touring Association (ARTA) on this Wild and Scenic 40 mile stretch of the Rogue River Trail, hiking with just your day pack while raising money for KS Wild. ARTA will donate a portion of your trip cost to us, ferry your water and gear in the boats, and provide three delicious meals a day. KS Wild will provide the nature nerds to point out the amazing wonders along the trail.