Restoration underway October and November 2016! Burning, tilling, seeding native grasses, and planting thousands of riparian plants is all happening fall 2016. Stay tuned for more pictures and planned visits.
Thank you to Pen Air who donated two round trip airline tickets that helped KLLT raise over 2,000 dollars through a raffle!!! Cindy Johnson won the tickets. Cindy- enjoy the flights! Thanks to everyone who participated in the raffle fundraiser.
KLLT announces FREE 2016 Hike Series
Join the Klamath Lake Land Trust this summer for our FREE Hike Series. These guided outings will include unique opportunities to access public and private lands and learn about the special places and features of the Upper Klamath Basin. The hike schedule is as follows:
For more information about the hikes, click on the links to the left.
KLLT to host viewings of films focusing on Oregon
Join the Klamath Lake Land Trust this spring for a unique opportunity to view three films that focus on the state of Oregon:
To learn more and to register for the films, click on the link to the left or visit our events page.
Property floods for first time post levee removal
Only six months after we removed nearly 1.5 miles of levees to reconnect the floodplain on our 316-acre Sprague River property, mother nature has done her job and we have flooding!
Click here for more photos and to learn more about this ongoing project.
The Klamath Lake Land Trust is dedicated to the conservation and restoration of natural land in southern Oregon. When you support the Klamath Lake Land Trust, you help people in your community conserve the lands that enrich your life - ensuring clean air and water, natural beauty, and special places to explore.
Click here to join us in preserving the Upper Klamath Basin for current and future generations.
At KLLT, we use land acquisitions, conservation easements, ecologically informed restoration practices and public education to conserve and preserve the special places in the Upper Klamath Basin.
And have one easement:
Click here for information on how to conserve your property.
Address: 212 S. 9th St. Klamath Falls, OR 97601
Phone: (541) 884-1053