Public Lands and You!

KS Wild is committed to restoring and protecting the wild places of the Klamath-Siskiyou region. Stewardship begins with you! You can assist in monitoring public lands use through our botanical and grazing stewardship programs.

 
French Flatt restoration work

French Flatt restoration work

Protect & Restore Botanical Areas

Much of the diverse plant life celebrated in the Klamath-Siskiyou region can be found in Botanical Areas in National Forests and Areas of Critical Environmental Concern on BLM lands. (Collectively, we refer to these areas as "Botanical Hotspots" for our stewardship program.) These botanical areas are extremely diverse in size, access, habitat type and can feature botanical resources ranging from individual endangered species, endemic places, to old growth forests and unique flora assemblages.

KS Wild’s Botanical Stewardship program includes restoration projects like fencing, native plantings, weed pulls, and trash clean-up. Become a member of the land stewardship program and monitor some of the most biologically rich places of the Klamath-Siskiyou.

 
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Monitor Cattle Grazing

"Cattle Drift" means that improperly confined cows illegally wander off grazing allotments and wreak havoc on sensitive botanical areas. Volunteers with our Cattle Grazing stewardship program assist by monitoring cattle drift in sensitive and protected areas.

 

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