A Decade of Collaborative Oak Restoration: Highlights 2011-2023

Klamath Siskiyou Oak Network, 2023

This document provides a history of the Klamath Siskiyou Oak Network, a collaborative regional partnership to conserve oak habitats on private and public lands in southern Oregon and northern California. It highlights ongoing oak habitat restoration at Table Rocks, tribal engagement, and the monitoring and adaptive management framework that guide’s KSON efforts.

Restoring Oak Habitats in Southern Oregon and Northern California: A Guide for Private Landowners

Klamath Bird Observatory and Lomakatsi Restoration Project, 2020

An exciting opportunity exists for landowners and conservation partners to work together to restore native oak systems and their diverse wildlife communities. This guide provides a history of oak habitats, detailed conservation guidelines to restore oak habitats, and step-by-step instructions for monitoring birds to track the return of wildlife following oak restoration.

Restoring Riparian Habitats in Southern Oregon and Northern California: A Guide for Private Landowners

Klamath Bird Observatory and Lomakatsi Restoration Project, 2020

This landowner guide describes how to apply conservation practices for riparian habitats in southern Oregon and northern California, find assistance from organizations, and monitor birds to track the return of wildlife following riparian restoration. It is generally applicable to Josephine, Jackson, and Klamath counties in Oregon, and Siskiyou county in California.

Forest & Fire Toolkit: Rural Living in the Siskiyou Mountains

Klamath Siskiyou Wildlands Center

with contributions by Firesmart Merlin, Fairbanks Forest Management LLC, and Lomakatsi Restoration Project

The toolkit provides resources on how to take part in federal land management activities and how to gain a better understanding of the role of fire in the forests of the Klamath-Siskiyou ecoregion. Most importantly, this toolkit can help to prepare your family, your home, and your community for a wildfire emergency.

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