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3 years ago
Photos from Applegate Neighborhood Network's post

People are reporting that a small number of Western monarch butterflies have made it up to northern Oregon and Washington as they've migrated north for the summer. Monarchs have been passing through ... See more

3 years ago

Wildflowers are blooming like crazy in the Applegate high country right now. This one is Bigelow's sneezeweed (Helenium bigelovii). Bigelow’s sneezeweed is named after J.M. Bigelow, a plant ... See more

3 years ago
U.S. Forest Service- Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest

The Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest has signed a Decision Notice for the Chetco Bar Fire Salvage Project, an over 4,000 acre clearcut logging project. It is very disappointing! This project ... See more

Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest Supervisor Merv George Jr. has signed a Decision Notice for the Chetco Bar Fire Salvage Project.

The selected alternative will treat approximately 4,090 acres ... See more

3 years ago
Documents Show Value Of Recreation At Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument

The economic benefits of recreation on public land in the Applegate Valley also far outweigh the economic benefits from logging and ranching on public land. Protecting land and having a strong ... See more

Documents released under the Freedom of Information Act show a large economic output for recreation on Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument lands. They show little else.  

3 years ago

Keep Boaz Mountain Wild!
A proposed motorcycle trail on Boaz Mountain in the Upper Applegate Valley threatens the wild character of the Boaz Mountain roadless area. The Forest Service and BLM are ... See more

3 years ago
Wildfire on the Siskiyou Crest: Miller Complex 2017 Case Study - Northwest Nature Shop

Folks might be interested in this upcoming presentation by Klamath Forest Alliance activist and ANN Program Coordinator, Luke Ruediger. The presentation will focus on the fire effects and fire ... See more

Come learn about the keystone process of our forests; fire is essential and beneficial for our forests’ health. The Miller Complex burned in and around the Red Buttes Wilderness Area, south of ... See more