Thank you for becoming a member of KS Wild!

You are one of thousands of people dedicated to keeping the spectacular Klamath-Siskiyou wild!

Joining is easy and affordable. For as little as $40 a year, you can help protect wild nature in one of the most biodiverse regions in the world. We truly appreciate every donation, no matter how big or small.

When you sign up as a member, you’ll receive our quarterly KS Wild News in the mail, as well as exclusive invitations to special KS Wild hikes and events.

Sign-up for Monthly Giving

If you’d like to make a significant, long-term impact, consider donating by way of an automatic monthly donation. You can do so using your debit or credit card or checking account. Your reliable monthly support ensures KS Wild has needed resources to protect the Klamath-Siskiyou’s wild places and wildlife.

Monthly giving is also one of the greenest options for giving. You’ll save paper and avoid receiving membership renewals in the mail.

Give the Gift of Membership

Want to do something special for a friend or a loved one? We all have someone in our lives that doesn’t like to get “things” on their special day. Instead, give them the gift of wild nature in the form of a KS Wild gift membership. When you give a gift membership, you’ll help KS Wild strengthen its grassroots advocacy on behalf of the region’s wild places and wildlife.  

Planned Giving

If you’re looking to deepen your support for our wildlife and wildlands advocacy efforts, you might consider a planned gift.

Workplace Giving

Many companies participate in workplace giving programs. Click the link below to find out ways that you can support KS Wild through your workplace.

*KS Wild is a 501(c)3 non profit organization and all donations are tax deductible.

Members of KS Wild are building a movement. When you donate, you are joining a chorus of voices who care about wild nature. Your commitment to conservation stops bad actors from clear-cutting and strip mining our precious forests and public lands, helping KS Wild build a legacy of big trees, wild rivers, and abundant wilderness areas.