Alexi Lovechio, National Forest Organizer

Alexi joins KS Wild after several years with the Forest Service. In her position as National Forest Organizer, she’ll be engaging in outreach around the Northwest Forest Plan, and encouraging communities to take part in public lands management to advance restoration, fire preparation, climate resilience, and ecologically appropriate recreation.

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Amy Schell-Lapora

Amy first volunteered for KSWild in the late 1990's when the office was in a yurt in the backwoods of the Applegate Valley. She went on to work with KS Wild and the Siskiyou Project on multiple projects including protecting the Rough and Ready Creek area from a nickel mine and roadless areas from post Biscuit Fire salvage logging.  

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Brodia N. Minter, Public Lands Advocate

Brodia has a JD, with a certificate in sustainable environmental, energy, and resource law, from Willamette University College of Law. She holds a BA in criminal justice from University of New Haven, in Connecticut. Brodia has loved biodiverse forests and wildland critters her whole life.

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Bonnie Johnson

Bonnie moved to southern Oregon in 2007 and has been an active volunteer and member with many conservation groups in the region, including Rogue RIverkeeper, Rogue Climate, Soda Mountain Wilderness Council, Southern Oregon Land Conservancy, Friends of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, and of course, KS Wild.

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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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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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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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Joseph Flaherty

Joseph is a teacher in the Illinois Valley. He taught first grade at the local public school for 11 years before founding an outdoor preschool. Now he spends his mornings tromping through the local parks with troops of young children. In the afternoons Joe tutors all ages in all subjects. He enjoys tangling himself in thickets of whitethorn in his quest to find the Kalmiopsis Wilderness boundary.

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