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  • News and Events - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    Burney California During the program crew members will gain hands on experience in ecosystem management as they conduct riparian re vegetation oak habitat restoration erosion control noxious weed abatement trail maintenance and monitoring For further information visit California Trout s Hat Creek Restoration Project Home Page For 10 photos see our Facebook album In the News Lomakatsi s Klamath Tribal Youth Training Employment Program Outdoor classroom Hands on training tribal history included in restoration project July 26 2014 by Nora Avery Page Herald and News Klamath Falls Oregon For article with photo click here For more info and Lomakatsi photos click here Ashland Watershed Youth Training and Employment Program July 14th through August 7th 2014 Lomakatsi Restoration Project invites juniors and seniors from Medford Phoenix and Ashland High Schools to gain summer employment hands on workforce training and educational experiences in ecosystem management Participation in this program will provide valuable workforce experience through the exploration of career paths in natural resources restoration science and ecology For a flier click here For more info click here For photos from last year click here Oak Habitat Restoration Update 2 6 14 Lomakatsi forestry technicians and workforce crews have been hard at work this week from prescribed underburning and on the ground project planning in Siskiyou County California to ecological thinning in Douglas County Oregon For more info and photos click here Active Projects Report 2013 2014 Please click here for a report and spreadsheet describing Lomakatsi s 37 active projects taking place across nine counties Douglas Jackson Josephine Klamath Lake and Lane in Oregon Shasta Siskiyou and Del Norte in California 2013 Streamside Forest Recovery Week REPORT WITH MORE PHOTOS click here A Streamside Forest Recovery Week Success Story Forty 5th and 6th graders from Willow Wind School in Ashland are featured in a great video and a news story about one day of this week long event Students Help With Restoration Efforts Along Bear Creek Kyle Aevermann KOBI 5 Video 11 14 13 Healthy streams healthy kids Willow Wind students get down in the dirt to help restore Bear Creek Vickie Aldous Ashland Daily Tidings 11 15 13 300 Helman Elementary School students help restore Ashland Creek Pond In the first week of November 2013 approximately 300 Helman Elementary School students participated in the sixth annual Ashland Creek Pond Riparian Restoration Project planting event at the confluence of Bear and Ashland Creek near Ashland Pond For more info click here Prescribed Fire News Colestin Valley As a part of Lomakatsi s Oak Habitat Restoration and Prescribed Fire Programs Lomakatsi successfully coordinated the implementation of a 30 acre low intensity prescribed underburn on Friday November 1st on privately owned oak woodlands in the Colestin Valley Oregon For more info click here Autumn Update A new season of work begins Recent rains mark the kickoff of Lomakatsi s ecosystem restoration implementation season Lomakatsi will conduct ecologically based tree thinning prescribed fire riparian re vegetation and upland tree planting across several thousand acres of

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  • Media - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    17 2013 Newswatch KDRV 12 re Lomakatsi s Ashland Watershed Youth Training and Employment Program Article and video with student interviews Fire knows no boundaries Crews thin forest above Ashland on Forest Service city and private lands June 22 2013 by Vickie Aldous Ashland Daily Tidings Work that is going on now around Ashland is being held up as one of six national models for cross boundary wildfire fuels reduction work re the Ashland Fire Resiliency Project Region s oak stands ecologically important Experts meet to discuss successful restoration work December 4 2012 Devan Schwartz Herald and News Klamath Falls Oregon Organizations collaborate to establish restoration Project managers report boost of workers skills November 25 2012 by Devan Schwartz Herald and News Klamath Falls Oregon Managing to make it work Ashland watershed cooperative thinning project producing results July 26 2012 by Sam Wheeler Medford Mail Tribune Local fire crews burn on more than 100 acres 2 23 12 Jenica Villamor KTVL com a story and video concerning fire hazard reduction by Lomakatsi crews in Ashland s watershed for the Ashland Resiliency Project Saving Oregon s oak woodlands a collaborative necessity 02 02 12 Natural Resources Conservation Service Conservation Showcase re the oak restoration project coordinated by Lomakatsi in the Colestin Valley with photos Protecting a pristine place Jan 29 2012 Eureka Times Standard featuring work by the Siskiyou Land Conservancy Natural Resource Conservation Service and Lomakatsi Forest Warriors Tribal group conducts restoration projects gets on the job training Jan 26 2012 Herald News Klamath Falls OR featuring the Klamath Tribes The Nature Conservancy and Lomakatsi For more info about the site at Sycan Marsh click here and here Siskiyou Land Conservancy Lomakatsi Begin Large Restoration Project on the South Fork Smith River July 5 2011 Working with a private landowner and Oregon s Lomakatsi Restoration Project Siskiyou Land Conservancy embarks on one of the most significant projects in the organization s history Partners A Unity of Effort Saving Oregon Oaks in the Colestin Valley 11 15 11 US Fish Wildlife Service Journal Oaks offer habitat for migratory birds Yet only about 4 to 7 percent of Oregon s original oak woodland habitat remains by Paul Fattig Medford Mail Tribune June 23 2011 About Lomakatsi s Central Umpqua Mid Klamath Oak Habitat Restoration Project the need for restoring oak habitat and how it is being addressed by Lomakatsi and others through the Cooperative Conservation Partnership Initiative of the USDA s Natural Resources Conservation Service Bringing balance to nature Klamath Tribal members hope to use skills on ancestral land by Vickie Aldous Ashland Daily Tidings May 26 2011 Lomakatsi Working With Students To Restore Balance To Our National Forest by Emily Taylor June 5 2010 Tenthmil News June 5 2010 Restoration Initiation watershed thinning begins 5 25 10 pdf Lomakatsi crews began work Monday on 7 600 acre project to reduce combustibles by Vickie Aldous Ashland Daily Tidings ADT website link City joins watershed partnership Thinning project should reduce wildfire threat by

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  • Videos - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    of the work in Ashland s watershed To view video click here 8 12 13 Outreach and Communications Manager Leah Schrodt interviewed on KOBI s Five on 5 about Lomakatsi s Ashland Watershed Youth Training and Employment Program and its hardworking students They re the ones that are showing us that we ve got hope for the future For the video click here 7 26 13 Local fire crews burn on more than 100 acres 2 23 12 Jenica Villamor KTVL com a story and video concerning fire hazard reduction by Lomakatsi crews in Ashland s watershed for the Ashland Resiliency Project Oak Habitat Restoration Program Restoring Oregon s Oak Woodlands a 2 43 minute video posted on Facebook on November 14 2011 The focus is on the Colestin Valley portion of the Central Umpqua Mid Klamath Oak Habitat Conservation Project This video was included with an article in the US Fish Wildlife Service Journal Partners A Unity of Effort Saving Oregon Oaks in the Colestin Valley Ashland Forest Resiliency Project a 10 45 minute video on YouTube uploaded by City of Ashland Oregon on Sep 7 2011 This is an overview of the Ashland Forest Resiliency Stewardship Project This

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  • Ecological Info - 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 Ecological Info We adhere to Ecological Principles we developed and continue to refine These principles are the basis for our prescriptions applied and monitored by experts in multiple fields implemented with care by trained workers For a sample prescription click here Lomakatsi Ecological Principles and Methodologies prescriptions have been adapted adopted and expanded upon in the context of the Sierra Nevada Community Conservation and Wildfire Protection Plan CCWPP Guidebook 2007 To view the Conservation Principles for Community Wildfire Protection in California s Sierra Nevada click here To view the CCWPP Appendix about Fire Ecology and Management of Sierra Nevada Vegetation Types primarily co authored by Marko Bey of Lomakatsi and Susan Britting PhD click here Methodologies and prescriptions used throughout the CCWPP Guidebook are found in the Conservation and Wildfire Background Materials and Background C is the Wildland Fuel Hazard Reduction document much of which was also written by Marko Bey of Lomakatsi To see this document go to http www forevergreenforestry com documents BckCWildlandFuelReduction

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  • Restoration - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    Restoration Restoration This is the first of several articles to be included on this topic Wilderness is not enough conservation and restoration of the entire landscape is crucial The theoretical background of Lomakatsi s approach to restoration of the damaged lands the matrix between the unlogged reserves is laid out in this classic 1993 paper by the dean of old growth forest scientists Dr Jerry Franklin Professor of Ecosystem Analysis

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  • Fire - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    O S I U M presented below The Mid Klamath Watershed Council hosted the Klamath Fire Ecology Symposium on April 25 27 2008 The symposium brought together land managers scientists practitioners landowners students and anyone with an interest in understanding fire s role in the Klamath Siskiyou Mountains The symposium focused on several case studies particular to the Klamath Siskiyou Mountains involving prescribed burning recent wildfires wildland fire use appropriate management response and current research in the area The eventual goal of this conference is to create a vision for getting fire on the landscape in a way that protects life property improves forest health and enhances resources The presentations from the symposium are now available in pdf format below 2008 Presentations Friday April 25th Max Creasy Ecologist USFS Fire Regime Condition Class and Vegetation Mapping for the Klamath Mountains JoAnn Fites USFS FBAT Wildfire Behavior Assessment Lessons Learned from Recent Fires in the Klamath Mountains Leonel Arguello Chief of Vegetation Management National Park Service Fire Management of Bald Hills Redwood National Park Lessons Learned Eric Knapp Research Ecologist USFS PSW Evaluating patterns of wildfire severity in the Klamath Mountains the 2006 fires Dennis Odion Researcher Southern Oregon University Fire and Vegetation Dynamics in the Western Klamath Mountain s Morgan Varner Assistant Professor of Wildland Fire Management at Humboldt State University Lessons from the Land of Frequent Fire Making prescribed fire a reality in conservation landscape s Keynote Speaker Jim Agee UW Professor Emeritus Restoring Historic Fire Regimes in the Klamath Mountains How Can We Do It Saturday April 26th Carl Skinner USFS PSW Fire History Studies from the Klamath Region and Their Implications for Future Management Frank K Lake USFS PSW Replicating reintroducing historical tribal ignition patterns Reviving the cultural fire regime Marko Bey Lomakatsi Restoration Project Ecological Restoration

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  • Traditional Ecological Knowledge - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    day TEK thus provides a unique and valuable perspective on a central question of ecological restoration what were local ecosystems like before the disturbances of the modern era TEK has been developed through direct contact with the environment learning to adapt through interactions observations and experiences It includes an intimate and detailed knowledge of plants animals and natural phenomena It results in the development and use of appropriate technologies for hunting fishing trapping agriculture forestry and all aspects of living in a particular place These technologies are united by a holistic knowledge or world view that parallels the all inclusive interconnected orientation of the scientific discipline of ecology The term TEK came into widespread use in the 1980s and now is used widely in many applications as can be seen by searching for this term on the internet One example is this authoritative presentation on Replicating Reintroducing historical tribal ignition patterns Riving the cultural fire regime prepared by Dr Frank Kanawaha Lake USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station Orleans Redding CA Replicating Reintroducing historical tribal ignition patterns Reviving the cultural fire regime Frank Lake 2008 For additional sources about TEK that have proven useful to Lomakatsi see the Links

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  • Partners - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    relationships in order to implement on the ground projects or educational activities They include Alliance of Forest Workers Harvesters Bear Creek Watershed Council Bureau of Land Management Medford District Grants Pass Resource Area City of Ashland Oregon Ashland School District Ashland Parks and Recreation Department Community Works Klamath Bird Observatory Klamath Tribes Jackson Wellsprings The Job Council The Nature Conservancy Southwest Oregon Office Natural Resources Conservation Service Middle Rogue Watershed

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