The Siskiyou Project is the grassroots network dedicated to permanently protecting the globally outstanding forests, botanical areas and wild salmon streams of the Siskiyou Wild Rivers area. The Siskiyou Project combines science, education and advocacy to build an inspired and effective local and national constituency for this special place.
Siskiyou Regional Education Project was a Brainerd Foundation grantee from 2000 to 2011.
$3,000 - To educate skakeholders on a merger of two conservation groups working to protect the Siskiyou Wild Rivers area. Opportunity fund
$2,500 - To fund a strategic planning workshop for Southwest Oregon conservation allies to relaunch the Siskiyou Wild Rivers Protection campaign. Opportunity fund
$25,000 - For general support to protect the Klamath-Siskiyou ecoregion. Place-based conservation
$2,000 - To design and use a brochure to influence national fire and ecosystem management policy. Opportunity fund
$20,000 - To protect the Klamath-Siskiyou ecoregion from old-growth and post-fire logging, mining, and a rollback of environmental safeguards. Place-based conservation
$23,000 - To build a national constituency for protecting the Klamath-Siskiyou forests from logging, mining and habitat destruction. Place-based conservation
$30,000 - To achieve permanent protection from logging and mining for the unprotected wildlands and wild rivers of the Klamath Siskiyou bioregion. Place-based conservation
$5,000 - To support efforts to protect the Siskiyou Wild Rivers as a national monument. Place-based conservation