Resources and Links
A Decade of Collaborative Oak Restoration Highlights 2011-2023
The Klamath Siskiyou Oak Network (KSON) is a regional collaboration between local agencies, tribes, and non-profit organizations that works to conserve oak ecosystems on private and public lands in southern Oregon and northern California. Since 2011, KSON partners have accomplished thousands of acres of strategic ecological restoration to enhance oak habitat, build climate resilience, bolster cultural resources, and reduce wildfire risk to the ecosystem and communities. This handout highlights the power of collaboration and a decade-plus of successful oak habitat restoration.
KSON Oak Restoration Planning Web Map
Is designed to be a tool that can be used to explore oak distribution across the KSON geography in Southern Oregon and Northern California, as well as other information relevant to oak restoration planning.
Klamath Siskiyou Oak Network Ecological Monitoring Plan
The overarching goals of this monitoring plan are to work in partnership to acquire, curate, analyze, and distribute data needed to transparently evaluate performance toward achieving the outputs and outcomes identified in the KSON Strategic Action Plan (SAP). As part of the SAP, the partnership used a viability assessment framework to inform the selection of six Key Ecological Attributes (KEAs) and identified indicators to measure conditions for each target habitat.
An interactive tool to inform land managers and others in the Pacific Northwest in planning and implementing oak habitat management and restoration actions. An interactive supplement to the Land Manager’s Guide to Bird Habitat and Populations in Oak Ecosystems of the Pacific Northwest.
Prairie, Oaks and People – A Conservation Business Plan to Revitalize the Prairie-Oak Habitats of the Pacific Northwest
A conservation strategy to help conserve oak woodlands and native prairies from northern California to British Columbia.
Land Manager’s Guide to Oak Ecosystems of the Pacific Northwest
Provides an overview of oak ecosystems. It discusses threats to these environments, focusing on the habitat relationships between birds and oaks.
Restoring Oak Habitats in Southern Oregon and Northern California: A Guide for Private Landowners
A Guide for Private Landowners describes how to apply conservation practices for Oregon white oak and California black oak habitats on private lands in southern Oregon and northern California.