Current Projects of the WCFP

WILD: outdoor program for kids ages 7-11 – Spring 2016

The Wilderness Integrated Learning and Development program (WILD) is for kids ages 7-11 who want to spend more time playing and learning in the great outdoors. (Parents are welcome).

Read more here, and click here for flyer.

Grayback Trail Work Party Sept 26th 9-3

In celebration of National Lands Day the Williams Community Forest Project and the BLM are hosting a Grayback trails work party Sept 26th.
We will meet at the Grayback Trail  head  at  9 AM. (End of Rock Creek Rd) Those that want to carpool meet at the Wms Grange at 8:30. Bring water, lunch, work gloves and high energy. BLM will provide t-shirts and tools.

Click here to read more and here for the flyer.

WILD: outdoor program for kids ages 7-11 – Fall 2015

The Wilderness Integrated Learning and Development program (WILD) is for kids ages 7-11 who want to spend more time playing and learning in the great outdoors. (Parents are welcome).

Read more here, and click here for flyer.

Biochar Workshop, March 14th 2015

Williams Community Forest Project will be sponsoring a Bio-char workshop on Saturday March 14th. Kelpie Wilson will demonstrate how to make bio-char, a wondrous product made from your backyard slash. The class: will be from 8:30 to 3 PM at the Williams Grange, lunch provided, $30-15 sliding scale, Please pre-register by calling or emailing Josh at 541-951-7969,

See the flyer for additional info.


WILD: Forest program for 7-11 year old kids

Williams Community Forest Project is sponsoring the Wilderness Integrated Learning and Development program (WILD) for kids ages 7-11 who want to spend more time playing and learning in the great outdoors. (Parents are welcome)

We offer a time and space in a beautiful forest setting for unstructured play and guided
experiential learning.

Learn more from the flyer and call Cheryl Bruner 541-846-1729 or e-mail to


December 11th Hearing on proposed fracked natural gas pipeline

Please come to the Jackson County Hearing on the proposed Jordan Cove Pacific Connector Liquefied Natural Gas Pipeline Project. Thursday, December 11, 2014 6-9 pm, Central High School, Medford (link to details). This is the main chance for your voice to be counted. The corporate profiteers will use every resource to make it look like Oregonians want this project. We all need to be heard.

Click here for more info.

Next WCFP Monthly Hike is November 30th, 2014

WCFP hike logoThe last Sunday of the month for the remainder of 2014 we are going hiking. The next one is November 30th.

We will meet you at the Williams Grange 10:00 am and where we go will be up to those that are hiking. The hikes will generally be 2 hours long. Bring directions if you have a hike that you are excited about.

We will  bring maps and hiking books. Come prepared for
rain or shine, wear sturdy shoes, carry water and snacks. Well behaved dogs
are welcomed.


Freedom from Pesticide Alliance and Siskiyou FilmFest present The Human Experiment

We are pleased to announce an important and exciting event October 8th at the PerformingArts Center in Grants Pass. We will be featuring the film documentary The Human Experiment.

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Produced and narrated by Sean Penn, the film “lifts the veil on the shocking reality that thousands of untested chemicals are in our everyday products, our homes and inside of us.”

Meet & Greet @ 6:30 ~ Film @ 7pm ~ Q & A Panel Session, featuring our guest Evan G. Vallianatos @ 8:30.

The evening will also feature music by Carol Valentine

Click here for film’s website and here for more info.



Exploring Wilderness in the Klamath Mountains by author and botanist Michael Kauffmann

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Williams Community Forest Project presenting “Exploring Wilderness in the Klamath Mountains” by author and botanist Michael Kauffmann.

Williams Grange – Friday, Sept 19th

Organic Dinner 6:30, presentation 7 PM

Click here for flyer and here for more info.


Come see the acclaimed documentary Unacceptable Levels

unacceptable levelsWilliams Grange – Sunday, August 3rd – 7PM

Click here for more information


Nedsbar Timber Sale Threatens Applegate Valley

Western Oregon’s 2.6 million acres of BLM forests are some of most unique landscapes in the world, home to rare oak savannas, ancient fir forests, and wild rivers like the Applegate, Rogue and Illinois. These public lands provide a home to wild salmon, steelhead, and spotted owls. Our BLM lands are also an economic engine providing local communities with clean water, recreation and a high quality of life.
But just as Senator Wyden included protection for the most wild forests and rivers in southern Oregon in his O&C bill, the BLM has proposed the 3,400 acre Nedsbar timber salethat would log the proposed Dakubetede Primitive Backcountry Area in the heart of the Applegate Valley.

Click here for more info and to find out how to take action.


WCFP 2014 hikes

WCFP hike flyer smallerWCFP will be leading 4 hikes this summer.  The first hike will be May 25th on Medicine Mountain. Please see flyer on left for info on all hikes. Click here for map of Medicine Mountain Trail. From Evelyn Roether’s treasure of a book, Williams Area Trail Guide.

And check back here soon for more trail maps.


ODF Notice

Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) notification of forest activities. Click to learn more.



Williams Integrative Vegetation Management Project

Williams Integrative Vegetation Management Project (WIVM). The WIVM is a BLM proposed action on 6,604 acres of forest land in the Williams watershed from 2013-2023. Click here to learn more.

“The affinity of the human spirit for the earth and its beauties is deeply rooted. As human beings, we are part of the whole stream of life.”
-Rachel Carson

“The best friend on earth of man is the tree. When we use the tree respectfully and economically, we have one of the greatest resources on the earth.
-Frank Lloyd Wright

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