The Karuk Tribe has partnered with other local organizations like the MId Klamath Watershed Council and Klamath River TREX to reintroduce fire to the land with prescribed burns.

The Karuk Tribe has partnered with other local organizations like the MId Klamath Watershed Council and Klamath River TREX to reintroduce fire to the land with prescribed burns.

Klamath-Salmon Media Collaborative

 

  

 

  

  • Negative narratives about the way girls of color look, speak and act can impact their self-confidence and career goals. The yearly “Why I Rock” conference for Oregon middle school girls of color aims to give girls tools and connections to achieve their dreams. We hear from a founder and a 13-year-old participant about how girls get inspired at the conference.

 

  

  • Are you in the market for niche cult memorabilia? For just $8,000, you could be the new owner of a small building formerly used by the Rajneeshees as a guardhouse on their Wasco County commune in the 1980s. Jake French, whose family owns the guardhouse, tells us how he discovered it belonged to followers of guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, and why he wants to sell it.

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