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Spring Mushroom Permits Available on Klamath National Forest

FS News Release ByPublic Affairs Officer: Kimberly DeVall Yreka, Calif., May 11, 2023— Many kinds of edible mushrooms grow in Siskiyou County, including morels, chanterelles, shaggy mane, puffballs, boletes, and oyster mushrooms. The USDA Forest Service welcomes mushroom collecting on the Klamath National Forest and offers some tips and information. […]

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Snowpack across Klamath National Forest starts 2023 above historic averages 

February 1st snow survey results for Scott River sub-basin Forest Service News Release Scott Mountain snow station – Charnna Gilmore (volunteer) writing data on January 31, 2023. Credit: USDA Forest Service Yreka, Calif., February 8, 2023 – The Klamath National Forest has completed the February 1st snow surveys. These measurements are a part […]

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Klamath River Basin Was Selected For Increased Funding and Spans Five National Forests

Forest Service News Release USDA Forest Service Launches New Efforts in Klamath National Forest to Address Wildfire Crisis Yreka, Calif., January 19, 2023— Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced today expanded efforts to reduce wildfire risk across the western U.S., directly affecting national forests here in northern California and southern […]

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Safe Winter Recreation & Volunterism Lead the Way for MLK Weekend

Forest Service News ReleaseCelebrate National Day of Service on January 16  With record-breaking snow and rain throughout the Klamath National Forest, visitors should plan for winter road conditions.  Recreation on public lands during winter presents many safety challenges. Recent surges in visitors saw winter travelers put themselves in unsafe situations. […]