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.
Over the years he’s been an attorney, campaigner, organizer, teacher, trainer, analyst, grant writer, filmmaker, spokesperson, treesitter and road blockader. He’s worked for the U.S. EPA, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and for local, national, and international environmental organizations.
Many of you will recognize Tim from his repeat roles as the auctioneer at the KS Wild Annual Dinner. Tim holds degrees in chemistry and psychology and a J.D. and has been admitted to practice law in Oregon and California.
Tim is working hard to assure that the KS functions as the West Coast's most important climate change refuge. Learn more here.