Category Archives: Klamath Siskiyou bioregion

MACROLICHENS

Hello, Rose here! Like your lichens? When I arrived at SFI, I knew zilch about lichens. Before I left SFI, I learned how important lichens are to the ecosystems surrounding us. Lichens absorb and retain pollutants, providing us with a … Continue reading

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“Spirit of the Forest” by Debbie Catalina

¬†Photos by Kathleen Pyle June fifth. Still spring. Delicious mist blanketing the valley. My car hugging the twisting, curving road, the road hugging the higher ground, and the high ground itself hugging the selvages of great flat stretching southward. Thoughts … Continue reading

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