As you read this, the Ashland Resource Area is logging trees older than our nation at the controversial “Cottonwood” timber sale near the Cascade Siskiyou National Monument.
One can spend a lifetime rambling through the Cascade and Klamath mountain ranges and never see another peak that looks anything like Josephine Mountain.
The Ghost Run, steelhead on California’s Klamath River
Post-Colonial Salmon: Emergence, Kaila Farrell-Smith (Klamath)
"C’ iyaals, or Salmon in Klamath language, have not returned to the upper Klamath rivers and lakes since the beginning of the 20th century, over a century. Salmon are the spiritual and life source for most tribes in the Pacific Northwest. There is much controversy and debate about the creation and removal of Dams on rivers through out the Pacific NW. This painting is about the spiritual renewal and re-emergence of the native, wild salmon in our waters, bringing back balance and power to the culture of the indigenous peoples of the river."
Camping on Klamath River
Support Protections for Grey Wolves
OK, forget what you’ve known in your heart, what you’ve learned in ecology class and what Earth First! has been fighting against for decades. A new video by ForestInfo.o…
Two busts east of Garberville yesterday turned up just the kind of ecological havoc that’s been infuriating environmentalists and getting the attention of our Congressman. Along with the usual guns, greenhouses and greenbacks ($198,000 at one property) Fish and Wildlife say they found pumps draining Mattole Canyon Creek, sucking up salmon and steelhead smolt, and leaking oil on the riverbed.