Protecting wild nature in northern California and southern Oregon
Fall 2019 Newsletter
Summer 2019 Newsletter
Spring 2019 Newsletter
Winter 2018/2019 Newsletter
Fall 2018 Newsletter
Summer 2018 Newsletter
Spring 2018 Newsletter
Featuring Cook and Green Pass, Clean Slate logging unit, Salem rally against Jordan Cove LNG Pipeline, 50 years of Wild and Scenic Rivers, Rogue Riverkeeper Speaker Series, Looming Threats, Baker Cypress Botanical Area hike, artwork by Zoe Keller,
Winter 2017/2018 Newsletter
Winter hikes, 16th Annual Siskiyou Film Festival, Pickett West timber sale victory, Elk Creek Restoration, the latest threats to the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, get involved with KS Wild, and more!
Fall 2017 Newsletter
Letter from the Director, Horse Creek Salvage Logging STOPPED, Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument Secret Report, Worst Logging Bill, Ever, Suction Dredge Success, 20 Years of Wild Success, Pickett West Timber Sale, Featured Hike: Grouse Gap, Community Building Outreach
Summer 2017 Newsletter
Spring 2017 Newsletter
Winter 2016/2017 Newsletter
Fall 2016 Newsletter
Summer 2016 Newsletter
Spring 2016 Newsletter
Winter 2015/2016 Newsletter
2015 Annual Report: Highlights of our 2015 conservation work, 12 of the most important issues in the Klamath-Siskiyou region as related to our forest legacy, special local places and critters, and clean water. Upcoming Siskiyou Film Festival!
Fall 2015 Newsletter
Upcoming Hikes, News Around The KS, Homecoming, Protecting Our BLM Backyard Forests, Klamath National Forest Clearcutting Bonanza, A Closer Look: Kalmiopsis Rivers, Sunday Floats A Big Success, Wild & Scenic Film Festival Save The Date, Legacy In The Klamath-Siskiyou, KS Wild's Annual Dinner & Auction For The Wild, Botanical Bulletin: Volunteer Adopters Are Local Land Stewards, Featured Hike: Elk Creek Gateway To The Marble Mountains, Focus On Our KS Wild Family: Volunteer Spotlight - Marguerite Merritt, Campfire Classics Book Review: My Story As Told By Water, Adventures Of Bigfoot, Thank You For Your Support.
Summer 2015 Newsletter
Upcoming Hikes, News Around The KS, The Rare Beauty of the Klamath-Siskiyou, Big Win For Salmon and Owls, Float and Learn With Us, Find Clean Water With Swim Guide, Making Progress on Suction Dredge Mining, 12,000 Strong Oppose Westside "Salvage" Logging, Kalmiopsis Rivers: Worth More Than A Nickel Mine, Adopt-A-Botanical Area: Increasing Volunteer Learning And Stewardship Opportunities, Featured Hike: Tyler Meadows, Focus on our KS Wild Family, The Adventures of Bigfoot.
Spring 2015 Newsletter
Upcoming Hikes, News Around The KS, Campaigns Blossoming, Klamath National Forest Fast Tracks Massive "Salvage" Logging Timber Sale, Streams Need Trees, Campaign Against Gas Export Heats Up, Siskiyou FilmFest Draws Biggest Crowd Ever, Farewell Barry Snitkin, Our Backyard Forests, More Southern Oregon Wolves!, Exploring Our Botanical Areas: Rough & Ready and French Flat, Featured Hike: Bigelow Lakes In The Oregon Caves National Monument, Focus on our KS Wild Family, The Adventures of Bigfoot.
Winter 2014/2015 Newsletter
Upcoming Hikes, News Around The KS, Into The Refuge Of The Klamath-Siskiyou, Forests & Fire, Restoration Versus Exploitation, Saving Coho Salmon, Farewell Steve Rowe, 10th Annual Dinner For The Wild, Exploring Our Botanical Areas: Dutchman And Observation Peaks, Featured Hike: Etna Summit - A Plowed Road To Winter Adventure, Focus on the KS Wild Family, The Adventures of Bigfoot.
Fall 2015 Newsletter
Upcoming Hikes, News Around The KS, Support Grows For Protecting Watersheds From Mining, Oregon Caves Watershed Worthy Of Protection, Wyden Bill Threatens Forests, How Clean Is The Water? Visit Swim Guide For Current Conditions, Wilderness In The Klamath-Siskiyou, Off-Road Vehicle Madness, Klamath-Siskiyou Forests Of Fire, Exploring Our Botanical Areas: Featuring Horse Mountain, Featured Hike: Clear Creek, Focus on the KS Wild Family, The Adventures of Bigfoot.
Summer 2014 Newsletter
Upcoming Hikes, News Around The KS, A Wilderness Celebration, Kalmiopsis Wilderness, More Rogue Wilderness, It's Summer! (And Suction Dredge Mining Season), Northern California & Southern Oregon Threatened By Salvage Logging, Featured Hike: Whetstone Butte & Eagle Mountain, Focus On Our KS Wild Family: Clean Energy Benefits KS Wild and Farewell Lisa Force, Welcome Jeanine Moy, The Adventures of Bigfoot.
Spring 2014 Newsletter
Upcoming Hikes, News Around The KS, Explore the Klamath Siskiyou, BLM Logs Old-Growth, Then Denies It, Post-Fire Logging Frenzy: BLM and Forest Service Throw Out Rulebook, Too Much Mercury In The Rogue, Restoration Of Two Northern California Watersheds, Wyden Public Forest Bill Moves Forward, Kalmiopsis Rivers At Risk, Featured Hike: Mule Mountain Trail, Focus On Our KS Wild Family: Northern Goshawk and Welcome Holly Christiansen, The Adventures of Bigfoot.
Winter 2013/2014 Newsletter
Upcoming Hikes, News Around The KS, Breaking News: Wyden Release Sweeping BLM Forest Legislation, Bybee Gets Better, Kalmiopsis Nickel Mining Exploration Plans Advance, Are GMO Trees Coming?, Ninth Annual Dinner A Smash Hit!, Gas Pipeline A Bad Deal, Thank You Volunteers!, Marble Mountains Slated For Logging, Featured Hike: Box Camp Trail, Focus On Our KS Wild Family: Jeffrey Pine and KS Wild Dogs To The Rescue, The Adventures of Bigfoot.
Fall 2013 Newsletter
Upcoming Hikes, News Around The KS, Victory for Oregon's Salmon Steams!, Fire and Forests, Wild Rivers of the Klamath-Siskiyou, Speaking Up For BLM Rivers and Forests, Northern California: Stunning, Threatened, Featured Hike: Cold Springs Camp In The Kalmiopsis Wilderness, Focus On Our KS Wild Family: Michael Dotson and Tyler Alexander.
Summer 2013 Newsletter
Upcoming Hikes, News Around The KS, Kalmiopsis Wild Rivers: No Place For A Mine, Adopt-A-Botanical Area Volunteers Making A Difference, Special BLM Places At Risk, Legislation To Keep the K-S Wild, Protecting Oregon's Rivers and Fish From Gas Export, Timber Company Seeks Licence To Kill Endangered Animals, Ashland BLM Forests Trashed (Again), Featured Hike: Hinkle Lake, Focus On Our KS Wild Family: Stephanie Tidwell and Joseph Vaile.
Spring 2013 Newsletter
Upcoming Hikes, News Around the KS, Return to the Bad Old Days: Forest Service Proposes Massive Timber Sale, Our Backyard Forests, Klamath-Siskiyou: Carbon Reserve & Climate Refuge, Taking Action to Reform Suction Dredging in Oregon, Red Buttes Wildlands "Salvage" Logging Update: Your Efforts are Making a Difference!, 2013 FilmFest A Great Success, Featured Hike: Little Falls, Focus on Our KS Wild Family: Robyn Janssen and Shane Jimerfield.
Winter 2012/2013 Newsletter
Upcoming Hikes, News Around the KS, Hard Work Pays Off for Klamath Forest Restoration, Post Election: State of Jefferson, Fire Returns to the Siskiyou Crest, Annual Dinner Most Successful Yet!, Rain Brings Much Needed Water and… Pollution?, Rogue Riverkeeper Keeps Swimming Upstream, Featured Hike: Devil’s Ridge, Focus on our KS Wild Family: Morgan Lindsay and Gray Wolf.
Fall 2012 Newsletter
Upcoming Hikes, News Around the KS, Mucking it Up, Again and Again, Siskiyou Wild Rivers, A Unique Opportunity to Protect the Wild and Scenic Illinois River from the 1872 Mining Law, Bureau of Land Management: Our Backyard Forests, Adopt-A-Botanical Area, Two Special Places Two Timber Sales, Fear and Loathing on the Scott River, Energy Companies Pursue LNG Export Approval, KS Wild Annual Dinner and Auction, Thank You Volunteers!, Featured Hike: Boundary Trail, Focus on Our KS Wild Family: Dave Levine and Monica Vaughan.
Summer 2012 Newsletter
Upcoming Hikes, News Around the KS, Adopt A Botanical Area, ORVs Threaten the Smith River National Recreation Area, High Bar Mine Update: Klamath National Forest Authorizes Salmon River Gold Mine, Help Us Oppose Clean Water Act Rollbacks, Clean Water Act Turns 40, The Rogue Basin is Feeling a Little Pooped, The Future of BLM Lands is in Your Hands, Siskiyou Wild Rivers Meeting, Water Talks, Suction Dredge Fever Coming to a Stream Near You, Featured Hike: French Flat, Focus on Our KS Wild Family: Siskiyou Mountain Club, Voices for the Wild.
Spring 2012 Newsletter
Spring Hikes, News Around the KS, BLM Targets Grizzly Peak for Logging, A New Plan for Public Land: What is the Deal?, Of Cows, Clean Water and Globemallow, Voices for the Wild, Water Talks, Coho Salmon Going Extinct in Klamath-Siskiyou Region, California State Parks Under the Budget Machete, Briggs Valley: A Siskiyou Wild Rivers Treasure, 2012 Siskiyou Film Fest Thank You, Local Forests Get National Attention, Featured Hike: Grizzly Peak, Focus on our KS Wild Family: Western Environmental Law Center and Ponderosa Pine.
Winter 2011/2012 Newsletter
2012 Siskiyou Film Fest, Winter Hikes, Challenging the Klamath Forest Road Mania, Merging for the Greater Good of the KS: KS Wild and Siskiyou Project Team Up to Strengthen Regional Conservation, Crossing Oregon: Wolf Tracked to the South Cascades, Cheers to You for Making the Annual Dinner a Success!, Adopt-A-Botanical Area Volunteer Program, Water Talks, Gas Export Threatens Oregon, Featured Hike: South Fork Smith River, Focus on Our KS Wild Family: Siskiyou Upland Trails Association & Applegate Trails Association and Update: Rogue, Caves, Chetco.
Fall 2011 Newsletter
Annual Dinner & Auction, Rare Frogs Protected From Illegal Grazing, Studying Bacteria Pollution in Little Butte Creek, Clean Water Act Under Attack, Illegal Klamath River Logging Halted - For Now, Welcome Lisa Force, Chetco River Update, Illegal Public Lands Mining Again, Old-Growth Conservation Gets A Lift, Where To Put Your Trust - A Proposal To Privatize Federal Forests, Featured Hike: Clear Creek in the High Siskiyou and Focus on Our KS Wild Family: Amy Harrington and Great Gray Owl.
Summer 2011 Newsletter
Summer Hikes, New KS Wild & Rogue Riverkeeper Websites, Fire Resiliency Project in Northern California Moves Forward, Poison By Design: Keeping Our Waters Safe from Pesticides, Cows Gone Wild, BLM: Contrasting Visions, Off-road Vehicle Mayhem: KS Wild Speaks Up for Watersheds and Wildlands, Vacuuming Our Creeks: Suction Dredging Heats Up in the KS, Oregon Caves and Chetco River Bills Reintroduced, Featured Hike: Rough and Ready Creek and Focus on our KS Wild Family: Monica Vaughn & Franklin's Bumblebee.
Spring 2011 Newsletter
Spring Hikes, Two Ancient Forests Off The Chopping Block, World Class Botanical Areas Under Threat, Leaving The Siskiyou Crest Better Than We Found It, Searching For The Source Of Bacteria Pollution, Rogue Riverkeeper Acts To Protect Salmon Stronghold, Oregon Caves And Wild Rogue Need A Push, Featured Hike: Castle Crags Wilderness and Focus On Our KS Wild Family: Coho Salmon & Jeff Heglie.