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Lomakatsi’s Education Director, Nicole Del Pizzo, and Eugene Weir of The Freshwater Trust, spread mulch to protect the young trees in a joint project along Lone Pine Creek, Medford, Oregon. Photo by Jamie Lusch, Medford Mail Tribune, 2/19/15.

Shane Parazoo works during a thinning project Thursday outside of Ashland. Julia Moore, Daily Tidings, 6-22-13

Shane Parazoo works during a thinning project Thursday outside of Ashland. Julia Moore, Daily Tidings, 6-22-13 

"Allen Esquada of Lomakatsi Restoration Project covers a skid line with limbs, brush and small timbers to renaturalize an area where dragged logs from the Ashland Watershed cut a path into the soil. 7/24/12 Denise Baratta", Medford Mail Tribune

“Allen Esquada of Lomakatsi Restoration Project covers a skid line with limbs, brush and small timbers to renaturalize an area where dragged logs from the Ashland Watershed cut a path into the soil. 7/24/12 Denise Baratta”, Medford Mail Tribune

Justice Blacksun, Klamath Tribes, doing blackberry removal, Ashland Tidings, 5-26-12, Vickie Aldous

Students set thinned logs in place to reduce erosion. . . . . Tenthmil News, June 5, 2010
Lomakatsi Restoration Project crewperson Lucas McNaughton pauses while clearing limbs. Ashland Daily Tidings, 5-25-10, Jim Craven photo
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