Lomakatsi Restoration Project is a non-profit, grassroots organization that develops and implements forest and watershed restoration projects in Oregon and Northern California.

Since 1995, Lomakatsi has a proven record of success implementing restoration projects across thousands of acres of forests and miles of streams. In cooperation with a broad range of partners including federal and state land management agencies, The Nature Conservancy, land trusts, private landowners, watershed councils, city and county governments, and Native American tribes, our work has set precedents on nationally recognized projects.

Lomakatsi provides expertise and capacity in project development, planning, management, fine-scale ecological treatment design, monitoring, and implementation for ecosystem restoration projects. We integrate restoration practice with science delivery, education and workforce training. Lomakatsi coordinates closely with multiple funding partners and manages a diverse workforce in complex social settings supported by critical community outreach.

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Donate Today to Support Post-Fire Restoration!

Your tax-deductible gift will be used to restore habitat along Bear Creek that was impacted by the Almeda Fire—to benefit salmon, other wildlife, and water quality.

Oak Photo by Sean Bagshaw, Outdoor Exposure Photography