We Win When We Take Action!
People power works. When we band our voices together, we can change the minds of politicians and decision makers. Once you get started, these actions take less than a minute. Please add your voice!
Join Forces! ACT NOW on the latest threats:
If the massive “Poor Windy” logging project moves ahead as planned, the Jumpoff Joe, Middle Cow Creek and Graves Creek forests and watersheds may be pushed past the point of no return. Take action to defend the wildlife, watersheds, and communities that rely upon these public lands!
Please join with us in asking the Forest Service to protect the large old trees and wildlife habitat that Late Successional Reserves are supposed to provide.
KS Wild, in collaboration with a local rancher and the US Department of Fish & Wildlife, is raising money to build a fence to keep the wolves in the Rogue Pack safe.
The Forest Service is proposing to log more than half of the old-growth trees on 850 acres around Lake of the Woods.
Support the effort to establish a condor restoration program centered at Redwood National Park in far northern California. Sign the petition!
Send a letter to the Medford BLM leadership and ask them to stop promoting "regeneration logging" projects in southwest Oregon's public forests.
Please thank Senators Wyden and Merkley for protecting wild places today! The U.S. Congress passed the Natural Resources Management Act, including the Oregon Wildlands Act , and the reauthorization of the Land and Water Conservation Fund. KS Wild and community allies have worked for over ten years to secure southwest Oregon protections in this bill.
Trump's Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke visited the site of the Carr Fire in northern California that devastated homes in Redding. His proposal for wildfires: give the timber industry control of our forests.
KS Wild and dozens of people that live in Southern Oregon have been engaged for over a year in the Upper Applegate Project. We are very excited that this project holds promise as a blueprint to restore forests and salmon streams and to get controlled fire back on the ground in a watershed that desperately needs it.