Jesse Browne

Jesse is a senior web developer for the national Sierra Club and has been active in campaigns to protect biodiversity, wild places, and community health for decades

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Greg Walter

Greg sits on the Board of the Crater Lake and Oregon Caves Natural History Associations, is an active member of the the Illinois Valley Chamber of Commerce, and works closely with the Illinois Valley Community Development Organization.

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Laurel Samson

In addition to working with KS Wild (and previously the Siskiyou Project) for nearly ten years, she is working with the American Association of University Women and the annual Frog O'Faire and is serving as a counselor with the Aspire Program in a local high school.

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David Johns

He is a co-founder The Wildlands Network and Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative and as long had a special love for the wildlands and waters of the Klamath-Siskiyou region.

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Bob Hunter

Bob has over 30 years of board experience from serving on several non-profit environmental organization boards, and was a founding board member of WaterWatch of Oregon and the Oregon Water Trust.

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Tracy Harding

Tracy has started new farmers markets, provided marketing consultation for farms and CSAs, managed growers markets, and worked for farm & food nonprofits on various levels for 20 years.

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Shelley Elkovich

Locally, she has been instrumental in forest protection campaigns, starting a new community garden, stopping the Mt. Ashland Ski Expansion, and ACLU litigation defending free speech.

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Tim Ream, Program Director

Tim works on strategy, communications, and campaigns, especially helping to defend the region from attacks by the Trump Administration. Tim has been working to defend U.S. public lands and the wildlife that depend on them for most of the last 22 years, including forest defense in the Klamath-Siskiyou as far back as 1997.

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