Category Archives: News

Safely Explore, Discover and Learn in the WILD

Download the Program Flyer (PDF) Hello Neighbors and (WCFP) Williams Community Forest Project supporters, Our volunteer WCFP non-profit organization with community residents has been clearing poison oak and brush on Williams historical Layton Ditch Trail for the last 3 years. … Continue reading

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

“Direct Experience in Nature Is Critical…” 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). We offer a time and … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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

“Direct Experience in Nature Is Critical…” 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). We offer a time and … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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December 11th Hearing on proposed fracked natural gas pipeline

On December 11th, we all need to show up in Medford for climate action. While we work hard to get action on a faster transition to cleaner energy and greater energy efficiency here in the Rogue Valley, we also must … Continue reading

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Low Divide, Rt hand Fork of the Williams creek, June 2014

T 39S,R6W,S24, Low divide, Rt Hand Fork of the Williams Creek, which is considered a medium non-fish bearing stream. The project is a commercial thinning with selective cutting of 320 acres using ground removal of 600,000 board feet. With a selective … Continue reading

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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.  Produced and narrated by Sean Penn, the film “lifts the veil on the … Continue reading

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

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 Food donated by White Oak Farm and Education Center, L& R … Continue reading

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