KS In The Press
This is your one stop shop for conservation-focused news about the Klamath-Siskiyou region. Here, you can also find news and updates about KS Wild.
- 87-Year-Old Woman Searches for the Endangered Flower That Shares Her Family Name
- A lovely story about the endangered Gentner's Fritillary
- Middle ground on forest roads
- George Sexton, KS Wild's Conservation Director, agrees with Siskiyou County Natural Resources Specialist on public lands.
- Residents tested for pesticide
- Activists tell the state Board of Forestry that Triangle Lake residents’ urine samples came back positive
- Elk River listing would protect fishing interests
- Nearly 28,000 acres of the Elk River drainage east of Port Orford would be designated a salmon emphasis area in a proposal.
- Plastic bag and bottle bills, two high-profile environmental bills, move forward in Oregon Legislature
- Legislation that could bring sweeping changes to Oregon's bottle bill passed the House environment committee Thursday, its first big hurdle toward becoming law.
- Gold mining project in Ore hits clean water snag
- A Washington developer's plan to mine for gold on one of Oregon's most pristine salmon rivers has hit a roadblock.
- Delegation Acts to Protect Oregon Caves, Chetco River
- Thanks to you, protections introduced in Congress
- Ruling Shouldn't Halt Forest Projects
- Loggers, conservationists say restoration necessary despite future of WOPR
- LNG Pipelines: One Down, One Flipping?
- Ashland Creek bacteria study a community winner