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We have several email lists for keeping up with our programs, fundraisers, and community events, as well as a print mailing list for our quarterly newsletter.  Please fill out the forms below to join the groups that interest you.  We currently have electronic mailings for our monthly coffee fundraiser, monthly events calendar, Foodsheds program, blog posts, Native Plants Program, and Fire and Fuels Program.

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Monthly Coffee Fundraiser 

Every month we order bulk coffee from our friends at Café Mam, a fair-trade cooperative of organic coffee growers and roasters from Chiapas, Mexico, and Guatemala.   We then sell this excellent coffee to our local community, with the proceeds benefiting the Panamnik Building project.  You save on shipping costs, MKWC raises badly needed funds, and indigenous farmers are paid a fair wage for farming sustainably in their native lands. 
Please note: We do not ship coffee.  If you cannot pick up coffee at our office in Orleans, please order directly from Café Mam.  

Monthly Panamnik Building Events

Our monthly email of all the exciting upcoming events planned for the Panamnik Building.

Receive our Blog via Email

Sign up to receive the monthly Klamath Waypoint Dispatch, written by staff and volunteers of MKWC.  

Waypoints help us to understand where we are, where we’ve been, and where we’re going in this mountainous country. They help us to double back to some places, and push ahead to others. They illuminate our path.

Waypoints reflect a place with all its particularities, unlike any other place. Our staff, volunteers and partners choose to live and work here in and around the Orleans Valley (found where the star is on the topographical map above) in the heart of the Middle Klamath River Basin above anywhere else. We chose this name to represent us because you cannot restore a place without learning and respecting the particularities of that place.

This blog was started to mark our progress as we work to restore the Klamath watershed together. We hope people who live here will read this blog. But this blog is also for people who visit the Klamath, and for people who have no idea that places like this one exist or what this place is like. More than anything, it's a reference for future generations. 

Foodsheds Program

Keep up to date with the latest news and events from MKWC's Foodshed Program, seasonally appropriate tips and tricks, best practices advice, and more.  

Plants Program

Receive updates about weeding excursions, Native Plant Garden Workdays, noxious weed profiles, and more.  

Fire and Fuels Program

Receive updates on controlled burns in our area, TREX, brush control assistance for landowners, and more.

Join Our Print Mailing List

Join this list to receive our yearly newsletter and occassional mailings about community events and fundraisers.