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  • Best Tribal, klamath crew photo - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    Ecology Education Community Outreach Education Youth Training Employment Ecological Workforce Training Projects Ashland Forest Resilency Project Active Projects Active Projects 2012 2013 News News and Events Media Videos Ecological Info Restoration Fire Traditional Ecological Knowledge Links Partners Allies SOU Native American Ecological Education Symposium 2014 Traditional Ecological Knowledge links Search for Program and Administration Staff Best Tribal klamath crew photo By Admin Published April 1 2013 Full size is 4000

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  • Ecological Approach, right, Ecological Principles - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    to accommodate various ecotypes and forest stands Maintain uneven aged forest stands and representatives of all age classes to retain a diverse multi layered forest structure Maintain shaded areas and overstory canopy cover in mixed conifer forests Adjust for differences in regional biodiversity as in pine oak savanna Retain a diversity of tree and plant species As a goal when revegetating a site plant only native species Include indigenous land use methods and traditional ecological knowledge as an historic guide and reference in ecosystem restoration Remember the Fire Carefully plan and implement prescribed burning treatments to provide the ecologically beneficial effects of fire and to maintain reduced fuel loads whenever possible Assure proper permitting procedures are followed and always plan for the safety of human communities Following prescribed fire reseed selected areas with native grasses to enhance site conditions Remember the wildlife Leave some areas untreated for the birds and wildlife using the area Thin in a mosaic pattern leaving thickets maintaining natural openings and meadows and enhancing older forest stands by maintaining canopy cover Leave some small piles of cut material un burned as habitat for wildlife Leave buffers of undisturbed vegetation in streamside riparian areas Retain snags for wildlife habitat Chart their locations for monitoring and fire safety precautions Remember the soil Develop thinning treatments in relationship to slope aspect and soil types Place thinned logs on the ground perpendicular to the slope to catch upslope erosion and contribute to future soil formation In steep slopes and sensitive soil types lop and scatter coarse woody debris Remember the people Listen to residents and neighbors They know the ways in which each site is unique Match site diversity with worker diversity Different cultures each have their own ways of understanding the complex diversity of nature Train workers about ecological

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  • Bravlio Cortez, tidings 2-25-10, Jim Craven - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    Community Outreach Education Youth Training Employment Ecological Workforce Training Projects Ashland Forest Resilency Project Active Projects Active Projects 2012 2013 News News and Events Media Videos Ecological Info Restoration Fire Traditional Ecological Knowledge Links Partners Allies SOU Native American Ecological Education Symposium 2014 Traditional Ecological Knowledge links Search for Workers Bravlio Cortez tidings 2 25 10 Jim Craven By Admin Published February 11 2011 Full size is 318 370 pixels

    Original URL path: http://lomakatsi.org/workers/bravlio-cortez-tidings-2-25-10-jim-craven/ (2016-02-12)
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  • grubbing blackberry roots, 2 workers, 3,8x2,4, 200, Hoboken 2004 flipped - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    Workforce Training Projects Ashland Forest Resilency Project Active Projects Active Projects 2012 2013 News News and Events Media Videos Ecological Info Restoration Fire Traditional Ecological Knowledge Links Partners Allies SOU Native American Ecological Education Symposium 2014 Traditional Ecological Knowledge links Search for Workers grubbing blackberry roots 2 workers 3 8 2 4 200 Hoboken 2004 flipped By Admin Published February 11 2011 Full size is 760 486 pixels Workers full

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  • - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    11 2011 by Admin Lomakatsi Workforce Philosophy Lomakatsi was founded by forest workers Lomakatsi has been built from the ground up by the hands of workers The ecological restoration workforce is the backbone and foundation of Lomakatsi The task of implementing forest and watershed restoration is a daunting one and requires strong hands that directly work to heal the land Restoration workers use their bodies and minds to plant the trees along the streams and clearcuts pull the invasive weeds thin the dense fire suppressed forests stabilize the slopes seed the native grasses back to the woodlands stack the sticks to reduce fire hazards and carry the drip torches across the steep slopes in an effort to carefully reintroduce fire back to these landscapes Empowering the Green Collar Workforce and honoring the vital role these individuals play in the restoration process is highly regarded within the Lomakatsi social philosophy The treatment of the workers is reflected in the treatment of the land The two are inseparable As one of our principles states Remember the Workers Happy respected people do the best work Lomakatsi has worked to raise the bar for forest workers by creating social principles and adopting polices within our organization which foster the empowerment and respectful treatment of restoration workers We work to spread this model and idea in hopes of influencing contractors and outfits performing restoration work and service forestry to adopt policies where workers are respected and not mistreated Restoration work is labor intensive often dangerous and out of public view due to the remote nature of project locations Lomakatsi s founders and managers understand the difficulty and nature of this work from their own experiences Often times project planners are the ones who receive the praise while the inherent marginalization of workers is common Restoration

    Original URL path: http://lomakatsi.org/866/ (2016-02-12)
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  • grubbing blackberry roots, 2,1x1,9, 200, Hoboken 2004 copy - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    Outreach Education Youth Training Employment Ecological Workforce Training Projects Ashland Forest Resilency Project Active Projects Active Projects 2012 2013 News News and Events Media Videos Ecological Info Restoration Fire Traditional Ecological Knowledge Links Partners Allies SOU Native American Ecological Education Symposium 2014 Traditional Ecological Knowledge links Search for grubbing blackberry roots 2 1 1 9 200 Hoboken 2004 copy By Admin Published February 11 2011 Full size is 424 376

    Original URL path: http://lomakatsi.org/866/grubbing-blackberry-roots-21x19-200-hoboken-2004-copy/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Board, Carl Wilmsen, Read More - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    Active Projects Active Projects 2012 2013 News News and Events Media Videos Ecological Info Restoration Fire Traditional Ecological Knowledge Links Partners Allies SOU Native American Ecological Education Symposium 2014 Traditional Ecological Knowledge links Search for Board Carl Wilmsen Read More Carl Wilmsen Secretary Carl joined the Lomakatsi Board in 2009 Carl is the Executive Director of the Alliance of Forest Workers and Harvesters With a Ph D in geography from Clark University Worcester Massachusetts he specializes in social justice in the management of U S public lands the intersection of race and environmental issues and participatory research methods Prior to joining AFWH Carl was Program Director of Community Forestry and Environmental Research Partnerships at the University of California Berkeley He has served on the advisory boards of several community forestry groups He has also evaluated sustainable agriculture programs worked as an oral historian and before college worked as an apple picker and orchard hand landscape laborer school bus driver and truck driver He has authored several book chapters and journal articles on race and the environment oral history methodology and participatory research He is also co editor of Partnerships for Empowerment Participatory Research for Community Based Natural Resource Management Earthscan

    Original URL path: http://lomakatsi.org/boardcarlwilmsen/ (2016-02-12)
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  • - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    Training Projects Ashland Forest Resilency Project Active Projects Active Projects 2012 2013 News News and Events Media Videos Ecological Info Restoration Fire Traditional Ecological Knowledge Links Partners Allies SOU Native American Ecological Education Symposium 2014 Traditional Ecological Knowledge links Search for Previous Post Next Post Posted on February 12 2011 by Admin This entry was posted in Board right Bookmark the permalink Previous Post Next Post Comments are closed Become

    Original URL path: http://lomakatsi.org/1043/ (2016-02-12)
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