Region’s oak stands ecologically important: Experts meet to discuss successful restoration work, December 4, 2012, Devan Schwartz, Herald and News, Klamath Falls, Oregon
Saving Oregon’s oak woodlands – a collaborative necessity, 02/02/12, Natural Resources Conservation Service, “Conservation Showcase,” re the oak restoration project coordinated by Lomakatsi in the Colestin Valley, with photos
Forest Warriors, – Tribal group conducts restoration projects, gets on-the-job training, Jan 26, 2012, Herald & News, Klamath Falls, OR, featuring the Klamath Tribes, The Nature Conservancy, and Lomakatsi. For more info about the site at Sycan Marsh, click here and here.
Partners –A Unity of Effort Saving Oregon Oaks in the Colestin Valley, 11/15/11, US Fish & Wildlife Service Journal
“Oaks offer habitat for migratory birds — Yet only about 4 to 7 percent of Oregon’s original oak woodland habitat remains, by Paul Fattig, Medford Mail Tribune, June 23, 2011.
About Lomakatsi’s “Central Umpqua –Mid Klamath Oak Habitat Restoration Project” – the need for restoring oak habitat, and how it is being addressed by Lomakatsi and others through the Cooperative Conservation Partnership Initiative of the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service.
“Bringing ‘balance’ to nature — Klamath Tribal members hope to use skills on ancestral land“, by Vickie Aldous, Ashland Daily Tidings, May 26, 2011
“Lomakatsi – Working With Students To Restore Balance To Our National Forest,” by Emily Taylor, June 5, 2010, Tenthmil News, June 5, 2010,
“Ashland Based Organization Has Long Term and Region-Wide Impact,” by Jude Wait, Ashland Magazine, Winter, 2008, pp. 58-60.
“Lomakatsi has a decade of mastery,” by Emily Harris, Ashland Daily Tidings, November 27, 2004
“Creating Economical Solutions for Forest Restoration: Small-Diameter Poles and the Economizer,” By Dave Levine, K-S Wild News, Spring, 2003, pp. 3-4