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.
- Suction Dredge Mining Costs Targeted By California Lawmakers
- A California legislative panel has proposed action that would extend a ban on suction dredge gold mining for five years. The full legislature has yet to take final action. Amelia Templeton reports on what this could mean across the border in Oregon.
- 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?