KS Wild is a watchdog group that depends on community support.
- An Ashland High School class hikes into the Little Greyback Roadless Area and discusses proposed Wilderness designation along the Siskiyou Crest
We are excited to work with individuals to create mutually beneficial
relationships that help further the protection of our bioregion, strengthen
the KS Wild organization, and empower community members to learn more about
Be a KS Wild Volunteer, and become a:
- Table at local venues to educate the community on current issues and encourage people to engage in the management of our natural resources
- Assist our campaign efforts and help get petition signatures
- Hang posters for events around town and help distribute our quarterly newsletter
- Assist at our annual events; Siskiyou Film Festival, Annual Dinner and Auction
- Co-lead a quarterly hike in the region
- Hold a house party or letter writing party
- Make phone calls and write letters to decision makers
- Join us for mailing parties
- Assist with data entry, database maintenance
Botanical Area Adopter
- Assisting our Public Lands Oversight Campaign which monitors and analyzes public lands projects. Help with ecological studies in the Klamath-Siskiyou bioregion that gather data on flora and fauna that are being affected by land management decisions.
- Support our Rogue Riverkeeper program and be a steward to our watershed.
Contact us if you are interested in volunteering in our office or in the forest, or if you are looking for an internship. To volunteer, please fill out a volunteer form.