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Collaboration ≠ Compromise

MKWC Director Luna Latimer marks a change in how collaboration is happening in the Middle Klamath watershed.
function fbshareCurrentPage() {window.open("https://www.facebook.com/sharer/sharer.php?u="+escape(window.location.href)+"&t="+document.title, '',… http://mkwc.org/blog/collaboration-compromise/

Owl Surveyor Weighs Intervention Against Evolution

MKWC Wildlife Program Director Heather Campbell sums up the results of our owl surveys to date, and takes a longer view of the survival of Northern Spotted Owls in the face of degraded habitat and Barred Owl invasions.
by Heather Campbell (with photo of mama and baby by Anthony Two Feathers Colegrove) It is wonderful to live in one of the most biologically diverse areas in the world.… http://mkwc.org/blog/owl-surveyor-weighs-intervention-against-evolution/

How To Ditch A Century of Fire Suppression

Mid Klamath Watershed Council Executive Director recounts the harrowing Rainbow Mine burn during last year's wildfires in the Middle Klamath Region.
  by Will Harling Last August 4, a handful of local firefighters were gathered at the Pigeon Shoot, a rickety wooden platform built atop a rock outcrop on a knife edge… http://mkwc.org/blog/how-ditch-century-fire-suppression/