Siskiyou Field Institute Workshops at Sandy Bar Ranch in 2019
Based in Southern Oregon, the Siskiyou Field Institute offers workshops, lectures and field courses exploring the unique and diverse Klamath-Siskiyou Bioregion. For many years SFI has served as a conduit for scientists and naturalists to share their passion and knowledge with the public through these high-quality events. We are excited to be hosting these workshops this Spring. Space is limited. You can register for the events with SFI directly, and contact us for lodging. Lodging is $30/ person/ night, hostel style, or you may rent a private cabin at our regular rates, contact us for details. Each cabin has a fully equipped kitchen for preparing your own meals.
Klamath River Natural History from a Raft, with Max Creasy and Craig Tuss, Saturday June 1. Many guests consider a rafting trip on the Klamath a highlight of their visit to this area; floating through rock gorges and river corridors with views of wildlife such as bald eagles, otters, bears and deer. This event offers an opportunity to dive in deeper with experienced naturalists and a cultural practitioner. Learn about the Klamath River's unique geologic origins and unusual transition from high desert to steep, wild canyons. We'll also discuss the Klamath's stream ecology, including it's unique temperature profile, the secret life of its freshwater mussels, and much more. Cost: $165.