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  • Students and brush pile, 7-18 - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    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 Ashland Watershed Youth Training and Employment Program photo page 1 Students and brush pile 7 18 By Admin Published July 23 2013 Full size is 960 720 pixels Students view a core sample from a tree and learn to identify its age and history 7

    Original URL path: http://lomakatsi.org/ashland-watershed-youth-training-and-employment-program-photo-page-1/students-and-brush-pile-7-18/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Acorn Woodpecker by Jon Goulden, 2013 State of the Birds report, p. 21 - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    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 State of the Birds Report 2013 p 21 Acorn Woodpecker by Jon Goulden 2013 State of the Birds report p 21 By Admin

    Original URL path: http://lomakatsi.org/state-of-the-birds-report-2013-p-21/acorn-woodpecker-by-jon-goulden-2013-state-of-the-birds-report-p-21/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Lomakatsi National Award 10-19-12 - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    the Interior in Washington D C October 19 2012 Lomakatsi s Executive Director Marko Bey received a National award in Washington DC from the Department of the Interior for Lomakatsi and our partnership s effort to restore oak ecosystems as part of the Central Umpqua Mid Klamath Oak Habitat Conservation Project partnership Primary partners consist of Lomakatsi private landowners Klamath Bird Observatory Natural Resources Conservation Service and US Fish and

    Original URL path: http://lomakatsi.org/lomakatsi-national-award-10-19-12/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Ashland Watershed Youth Summer right column - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    Right Ashland Watershed Youth Summer right column Posted on April 8 2013 by Admin Students and Lomakatsi staff at the completion of the program August 2013 Students and Lomakatsi staff at the completion of the 2014 program Program acitivities include fuel reduction piling and prescribed burn preparation Kerry Metlen a guest instructor from The Nature Conservancy helped teach youth participants how to read the forest by looking at fire scars

    Original URL path: http://lomakatsi.org/ashland-watershed-youth-summer-2013-right-column/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Lomakatsi's Accomplishment Highlights 2012 - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    the opportunity to attend the award ceremony in Washington D C Klamath Tribal Ecosystem Workforce Initiative The Klamath Tribes Lomakatsi and The Nature Conservancy continue to build upon the 10 year Master Stewardship Agreement with the Fremont Winema National Forest to implement landscape scale forest and watershed restoration projects This agreement encompasses most of the 1 2 million acres that previously constituted the Tribes reservation prior to termination Under this MSA projects are being developed and implemented by the partners with input and contributions from community stakeholders including industry and conservation groups through an open collaborative process The primary goals of this collaborative effort are to restore ecosystem health and resiliency while creating employment opportunities for the Klamath Tribes emerging restoration workforce The Tribes view forest restoration work as an opportunity to reduce unemployment and create new forest related enterprises In 2012 in partnership with the Klamath Tribes Natural Resources Department Lomakatsi trained and employed 15 Tribal members who treated approximately 2 500 acres Forest and watershed restoration projects took place on public and private lands in both the Klamath and Rogue River basins In addition Lomakatsi and our partner the Klamath Tribes hosted an Ecological Forestry Project Design Workshop in the Black Hills to train Klamath Tribal and other Lomakatsi crew members in the ecological forestry principles of forest ecologists Dr Norm Johnson and Dr Jerry Franklin authors of the Klamath Tribes Reservation Forest Restoration Plan Restoration Forestry and Fuel Hazard Reduction Program Lomakatsi is implementing forest restoration projects across thousands of acres in Jackson and Josephine Counties through stewardship contracts and agreements with the US Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management Projects like the Ashland Forest Resiliency Stewardship Project as one successful example focus on restoring habitat for old growth dependent species like the Northern Spotted Owl

    Original URL path: http://lomakatsi.org/lomakatsis-accomplishment-highlights-2012/ (2016-02-12)
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  • 5 - Students teamed up - 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 Neil Creek begins 11 6 12 right 5 Students teamed up By Admin Published November 13 2012 Full size is 960 720 pixels 1 Koa s dad shared

    Original URL path: http://lomakatsi.org/neil-creek-begins-11-6-12-right/5-students-teamed-up/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Neil Creek begins 11-6-12 - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    of you who made this day possible through your donations and support All of us at Lomakatsi feel privileged to help make this project happen As the tree roots take hold salmon return to the stream and future generations of kids learn stewardship Koa s special spirit lives on Yes this is beautiful Meaningful and sacred Kids using their bodies and having a relationship to this earth I felt Koa in that moment giving yet another gift in his wake These kids just planted a tree on the earth and they got that opportunity through Koa A day out of the classroom and in the sunshine giving back to the earth The young kids ran in circles while the older teenagers worked to plant The land was filled with new life The saplings and the human s in a dance bringing forth a promise of newness to the land to this earth I stood there with tears in my eyes and allowed myself to wake up to the beauty of what was before me 30 40 kids planting trees on the creek The trees that will be here long after I am gone After we all are gone Koa had done it again Gathered people in a meaningful way to make this planet a better place I eagerly wait the moments where the land returns to quiet and I can go spend time with each of these trees and welcome them here to this space They are lucky trees to be here They will hear ceremonial singing the sound of the creek kid s laughter and sorrow of adult grieving They will hear all of the private conversation that people will have by the creek and they will have silent meditative company for those of us that just need a

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  • Neil Creek Begins 11-6-12 ALL PHOTOS - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    Links Partners Allies SOU Native American Ecological Education Symposium 2014 Traditional Ecological Knowledge links Search for Neil Creek Begins 11 6 12 ALL PHOTOS In Honor of Koa Nakai Markham Restoration Work Begins on the Neil Creek Project November 6 2012 With students from Ashland High School and elementary school students from the Waldorf on the Farm school Scroll down for 11 photos Ashland High School students worked hard and set the stage for this restoration site Niki Del Pizzo Lomakatsi s Education Program Director taught students how to plant trees The sound of water flowing and leaves rustling in the autumn breeze kept Ashland High School students company while they worked Learning to care for the land Three steps in planting a tree Digging a hole to plant a tree Removing the root wad from its container Carefully planting an alder tree along the stream bank Future shade will cool the stream while roots stabilize the bank Koa s family welcomes students from the Waldorf on the Farm School Everyone took time to reflect on the significance of the project and the import work ahead The Markham family was joined by students as they gave a prayer to Koa

    Original URL path: http://lomakatsi.org/neil-creek-begins-11-6-12-all-photos/ (2016-02-12)
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