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Pipe Fork is a mature riparian forest in the Klamath-Siskyou Bioregion of Southern Oregon and it's in danger of being clear cut.
WCFP has been clearing poison oak and brush on Williams historical Layton Ditch Trail for the last 3 years and there is more to do. LEARN MORE
The loss to Williams of the clear, clean water that the Pipe Fork Creek provides will be significant to our organic farms, drinking water and fish habitat. LEARN MORE
Hike with us in Williams! Everyone is welcome, as well as leashed dogs. Join us for one or all the hikes. Plan on at least two hours. VIEW CALENDAR
We will post notices of ODF applications for timber activities in the Williams Creek watershed on this page. READ MORE
PROTECT PENN BUTTE AND LATE MUNGERS WILDLANDS
Protect Munger Wildlands is a collaborative project between Applegate Siskiyou Alliance, Klamath Forest Alliance (KFA), & the Williams Community Forest Project (WCFP). Our goal is to Protect the Munger Wildlands Complex, maintain connectivity and stop BLM logging projects that threaten this important region. LEARN MORE
The Forest Watch Program was created to stay informed on current land use treatments and to conduct forest monitoring surveys of proposed areas within the Williams watershed. It is coordinated by Tyanna Smith, a 7 year resident of Williams and an Oregon native. LEARN MORE