The Applegate Neighborhood Network is comprised of local residents and non-profit organizations working together to protect what makes the Applegate River Watershed a special place — the public lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service.
Siskiyou Upland Trails Association (SUTA)
works to create a community trail system across the Siskiyou upland ridges linking the existing trail systems of Ashland and Jacksonville.
Threatened and Endangered Little Applegate Valley (TELAV)
has protected the natural values of the Little Applegate by working to halt or modify many ecologically damaging government projects.
Klamath Forest Alliance (KFA)
a grassroots community organization based in Orleans, California centered in the heart of the Klamath-Siskiyou bioregion with the mission is to promote sustainable ecosystems and sustainable communities.
Applegate Trails Association (ATA)
works to create and preserve non-motorized trails in the Applegate Valley, providing recreational and educational access to public lands while protecting our natural resources.
Klamath Siskiyou Wildlands Center (KS Wild)
works to protect and restore the extraordinary biological diversity of the Klamath-Siskiyou region of southwest Oregon and northwest California.
Williams Community Forest Project
works to create and promote ecologically maintained forests in the Williams watershed that will serve as a model for future generations and which support the Williams community economically, aesthetically, and socially.
Speak for the Trees
is an Applegate based non-profit dedicated to rescuing timberlands from logging - one watershed at a time - that the next generations might enjoy the beauty and strength of American wild lands.