Our forest watch program activists and staff monitor and comment on Forest Service and BLM timber sales, grazing allotments, and mining proposals throughout the Klamath region. We advocate for wildlife habitat preservation, protection of roadless areas, native forests, old-growth trees and cold clean rivers. We support and promote the Traditional Ecological Knowledge of the Karuk tribe and foster local watershed stewardship.
Our river program activists and staff monitor and comment on federal and state projects that impact the Klamath River and its tributaries. This list includes dams, irrigation diversions, non-point pollution sources and wastewater discharges. We cover the Upper Klamath Refuges, Upper Klamath Lake, Tule Lake Refuges, Scott River, Shasta River, Salmon River, Klamath River, and Pit & Upper Sacramento River drainages.