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  • Streamside Forest Recovery Week - Students Planting Trees - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    ecology fisheries water quality wildlife and botany supplements the service learning experience Private donations are critical to the continuation of our youth education program Help Us Reach Our Goal Last year was a huge success with over 450 students and community volunteers and thousands of planted native trees and shrubs along Bear Creek and its tributaries Private donations are imperative to maintain our youth education program Our fundraising goal this year is 25 000 Please join us in supporting this annual youth engagement and salmon habitat restoration effort inspiring our next generation of landscape stewards dedicated to caring for our natural world Your Generous Donation Will Support The planting of thousands of native trees and shrubs along Bear Creek and its critical stream tributaries in Ashland and Medford Improved salmon habitat and water quality through reestablishing streamside forests and ongoing plant care Ongoing youth and community engagement in ecosystem restoration environmental education and stewardship throughout the year by Lomakatsi professional restoration practitioners and environmental educators Engaging Local Youth Lomakatsi works collaboratively with a wide range of partners to engage students of all ages from throughout the Rogue Valley in our active forest and watershed restoration projects Under the guidance of Lomakatsi s professional restoration practitioners and environmental educators students learn the science behind restoration ecology through participating in hands on education and service learning activities This year Lomakatsi is working in partnership with the 12 schools and youth groups For a full list click here Adopting Sites for Long Term Restoration Through long term site adoption students take part in the restoration process from start to finish By actively engaging youth in the ongoing ecological restoration process through place based service learning a long lasting dedication towards caring for the natural world is established Planting at Willow Wind There are 5 restoration projects included in Lomakatsi s 2014 Streamside Forest Recovery Week are model examples of community based ecological stewardship For more information c lick here Supporting Native Species Diversity Lomakatsi manages four local community based native shade house nurseries Over 10 000 native plants are grown annually for use in local ecological restoration projects Ponderosa Pine This year we will plant 10 native tree species and 12 native shrub species as part of our riparian restoration projects For the full list click here Other Ways to Help Spread the Word Download the Streamside 2014 flyer in pdf or jpg formats and email it to a friend or print it out and post it on a local message boards You can also like us on our Facebook page and share our posts about the event Get Involved Sign up for our email list to receive updates on volunteer opportunities and our upcoming community events If interested in volunteering email us at Info lomakatsi org Find Out More Learn more about our Restoration Ecology Education Program on our website here or contact Alicia Fitzgerald Outreach Communications Manager at 541 488 0208 or alicia lomakatsi org For a report on this exciting

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  • Community Outreach, right, old, taken off 5-19-13 - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    More for Streamside week 2013 RIGHT Community Outreach right old taken off 5 19 13 Posted on May 19 2013 by Admin Streamside Forest Recovery Week activities Past Events Director Justin Cullumbine speaking to a workshop at the White Oak Farm Education Center Williams Oregon May 4 6 2007 with Director Marko Bey far right looking on More information on this 3 day participatory workshop including practical applications of Traditional

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  • Oak Hab r, old, Central Umpqua – Mid Klamath Oak Habitat Conservation Project, replaced 5-18-13 - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    Bill The Central Umpqua Mid Klamath Project provides financial benefits to landowners who enter into EQIP contracts through the CCPI and install conservation practices on their property that protect enhance or restore declining oak habitats These funds along with contributions from the private organizations Federal State and County agencies who are project partners will treat approximately 2 000 acres within the following areas Central Oregon Douglas County Umpqua Basin Southern Oregon Jackson County Rogue Basin Northern California Siskiyou County Mid Klamath Basin This proposal will compliment and expand upon completed and on going oak restoration projects accomplished by landowners and other conservation partners The Central Umpqua Mid Klamath Oak Habitat Conservation Project will support a continued program of work by serving additional landowners who have expressed a strong interest in improving oak habitats Many oak associated wildlife and plant species of special status or management concern occur in the Central Umpqua Mid Klamath area Numerous federal state and other wildlife habitat conservation plans and documents are directly addressed through the objectives outlined in this project These documents underscore the importance of maintaining and promoting oak habitats for their inherent natural and biological values Financial resources will help landowners achieve the conservation goals outlined in these documents Specific objectives of this project are to Curtail the decline of oak associated plant communities by reducing existing threats Protect and promote the development of habitat for oak associated wildlife Improve watershed health and function To achieve these objectives thinning prescribed fire and woody biomass removal are being used to reduce encroaching vegetation stem densities within young oak stands and fuel hazards These activities along with weed control native grass seeding and oak planting promote the development of habitat and watershed health by restoring oak stands to their historical condition Project Partners and their

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  • Full Circle Schools, old page, right - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    Project replaced 5 18 13 Full Circle Schools old page right Posted on May 14 2013 by Admin 5th Annual STREAMSIDE FOREST RECOVERY WEEK November 5 10 2012 Please help us reach more youth and restore more habitat by making an end of year contribution to Lomakatsi Restoration Project For a poster and donation form please click here Our Recovery Week Community Service Day is on Saturday November 10 from 10am to 2pm Click for more info It is that time of year again for students and community volunteers throughout Jackson County to work alongside Lomakatsi s staff of restoration professionals in working to restore several stream reaches in the Bear Creek Watershed During school days volunteers are welcome to assist with student events Our Recovery Week Community Service Day is on Saturday November 10 from 10am to 2pm Join Lomakatsi and REI at the Medford Bear Creek Project at the end of Spencer Street to wrap up and celebrate a week of community based restoration For more information contact Niki Del Pizzo Education Program Director 541 488 0208 niki lomakatsi org Restoration Ecology Restoration Report February 2012 During the month of February our Restoration Ecology Education Program hosted 6 volunteer and student events for 282 participants at our Medford Bear Creek site As part of restoring this site a total of 510 native plants were planted thanks to everyone s hard work March 6 2012 Bear Creek Park Riparian Forest Restoration Project Report January 2012 5 Native Plant Nurseries In 2005 Lomakatsi established five community native plant nurseries at local schools and education centers as part of our Restoration Ecology Education Program Since that time students and community members have assisted in the growing and care of 20 000 native trees and shrubs for the use in local streamside

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  • Home Page Sample Draft - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    FOREST RECOVERY WEEK November 5 10 2012 On Saturday we wrapped up another successful event with hundreds of students and community volunteers working hard throughout the week to repair our waterways Thank you to all of this year s participants and to the new Medford REI and Trader Joe s stores for helping make our Saturday community volunteer event a success Please help us reach more youth and restore more habitat by making an end of year contribution to Lomakatsi Restoration Project For a poster and donation form please click here It is that time of year again for students and community volunteers throughout Jackson County to work alongside Lomakatsi s staff of restoration professionals in working to restore several stream reaches in the Bear Creek Watershed Regional Creeks Need Our Help Invasive plants outcompeting native plants decreased shade rising water temperatures increased erosion and decreased filtration of pollutants and native species diversity all contribute to the poor health of many regional streams Lomakatsi s riparian site adoption program works to restores creeks and streams while providing youth and members of the community with education in watershed function and health Our efforts turn program participants into landscape stewards through physically contributing to the future ecological legacy of their watershed Local Community Based Restoration Projects Several local riparian sites have been adopted by entire schools Classes from additional schools community volunteers and youth crews from the Job Council and Community Works also assist in recovery efforts The following projects exemplify community based stewardship The Ashland Creek Ponds Riparian Restoration Project The Medford Bear Creek Riparian Restoration Project Spencer St The North Medford Bear Creek Restoration Project Cottonwood Creek in the Colestin Valley Neil Creek Restoration Project Help Support Restoration Ecology Education Private donations are critical to the continuation of our youth

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  • White Oak Workshop, May 2007, internal linked page - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    shared will include Farming With Fire Learn how to cultivate wildland native plants for food and fiber with pruning and prescribed fire techniques for both forest restoration and wildland food production Basketry and Fish Traps from Fire Adapted Plants Learn from indigenous cultural practitioners Traditional Indigenous weavers from the Karuk and Hoopa tribes of the mid Klamath region will share a simple hazel fish trap weaving technique and discuss Native use of fire to cultivate basketry plant materials Restoring Fire Adapted Forests Learn how to design a forest restoration ecological treatment prescription to reduce severe fire hazards enhance forest stand health and diversity and prepare your forest for the reintroduction of fire Prescribed fire techniques will be shared as we witness Lomakatsi work crews performing on site treatments before during and after the work Oak Woodlands and Savannahs The Forgotten Acorn Orchards Experience and participate in the restoration of vanishing oak habitats nbsp Learn restoration thinning techniques and how to use prescribed fire to invigorate oak woodland health and increase plant and wildlife diversity nbsp Learn how to process acorns in a traditional way as a main food staple for our regional diet nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp From the Forests to Natural Buildings Learn to select small diameter trees in an ecological manner during restoration forestry prescriptions and treatments nbsp See how small diameter wood by products can be used for your natural building projects Lomakatsi will teach ecologically sensitive methods for extracting removing and processing restoration wood by products Participants will tour the forests perform an exercise in tree selection and tour White Oak Farm s natural buildings to witness how things dovetail Creating a Sustainable Ecological Culture Permaculture and Wildland Forest Cultivation Explore how the practices of permaculture restoration forestry and traditional ecological knowledge are interwoven into the co creation of a sustainable ecological land base and culture Bringing Back the Salmon Learn about the intricate connections between forests and fish as restoration biologists from the Williams Creek Watershed lead fieldtrips demonstrating their efforts to restore habitat for threatened salmon and steelhead nbsp Learn from these professionals how in stream watershed restoration techniques will help to bring back the salmon Multi media instruction The forest and woodlands on the 60 acre White Oak Farm and surrounding Williams Valley provide an ideal outdoor classroom setting In addition to field trips we will have lectures discussion and power point presentations to round out the weekend Workshop Instructors include Agnes Pilgrim Takelma Elder Confederated Tribe of Siletz Member of the International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers Dennis Martinez Co Chair of Indigenous Peoples Restoration Network co director of Takelma Intertribal Project Kathy Mc Covey Karuk Tribal Member USFS Archaeologist Bryan Colegrove Hoopa Tribal Member and Cultural Practitioner Marko Bey Lomakatsi Director of Operations Restoration Practitioner amp Designer Justin Cullumbine Natural Builder Lomakatsi Program Director Restoration Practitioner amp Designer Tom Ward Permaculture Systems Designer Social Forester Andy Fischer of Sacred Earth Ecological Design Permaculture Systems Designer Don Tipping Permaculture Systems Designer Organic

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  • Full Width, Prescribed fire, broadcast burn in mixed conifer-hardwood stand - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    Services Education Programs Restoration 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 Full Width Prescribed fire broadcast burn in mixed conifer hardwood stand Prescribed fire broadcast burn

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  • Active Projects Sidebar 2012 - Lomakatsi Restoration ProjectLomakatsi Restoration Project
    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 Homepage new draft 12 3 13 RIGHT Oak Habitat Restoration update 2 6 14 RIGHT Active Projects Sidebar 2012 Posted on December 13 2013 by Admin WORK ACTIVITIES CREWS with codes used in the report Work Activities AHR Aquatic Habitat Restoration CHP Chipping GBDM Ground Based Density Management HP Hand Piling HPB Hand Pile Burn IWA Invasive Weed Abatement MON Monitoring NGS Native Grass Seeding OHR Oak Habitat Restoration PST Pre Sale timber layout PUB Prescribed Underburn SWB Swamper Burn TM Tree Marking TR Trail Rehabilitation VDT Variable Density Thinning VDTJ Variable Density Thinning Juniper Crews FEG Forest Energy Group FSC Full Circle Schools program GB Grayback subcontract crew JD JD Forestry subcontract crew JYCC Jefferson Youth Conservation Crew KTB Klamath Tribal Crew LANE Lane County LRPT Lomakatsi Forest Technicians RVC Rogue Valley Saw Crew SHTD Sheltwood Enterprises Inc YCC Youth Conservation Crew YCC Youth Conservation Crew general This entry was posted in Active Projects right Bookmark the permalink Homepage new draft 12 3 13 RIGHT Oak Habitat Restoration

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