|PO Box 207|
1241 Illinois River Rd
Selma, OR 97538
Phone: (541) 597-8530
Fax: (541) 597-8533
Contact: Siskiyou Field Institute
Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday (spring to fall hours)
Click on our 2019 catalog or link below to view.
Open the 2019 catalog.
SFI members receive 10% off Youth Camps (for additional children after first registration), course tuition fees and lodging.
YOUTH CAMP REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
Click for details and dates on Summer Youth Camps. Email Youth Education Coordinator Rachel Walsh for information on scholarships for Solar STEM Residential Camp.
SAVE the DATE: ANNUAL BIRDS AND BREWS FESTIVAL AT SFI
Saturday, June 22
Brews, bands and a solstice celebration of nature for the entire family!
* Bands: Fire Your Boss and Intuitive Compass
* Local microbrews: Offerings to be announced
* Silent Auction
* Children's activities will include the "bounce cave" from Oregon Caves National Monument
Take an aerial tour of our property filmed via drone video by Seth and Kaitlyn Bell, Novum Visuals.
SFI is currently accepting applications for the positions of Office Assistant and Housekeeper until filled. Follow the links to apply.
COMING UP IN MAY:
NEW! Herpetology Workshop, Sunday, May 26
2019 Herpetology Workshop
Sunday, May 26, 2019Our herpetological workshop and expedition will start with a classroom overview of notable amphibians and reptiles of our area. Then we'll take off for the field, first exploring herps at Deer Creek Center (Western pond turtles, lizards, frogs, snakes) and carpool to other sites. Our trip might incl... Read more...
2019 Klamath River Natural History from a Raft
Saturday, June 01, 2019From our home base at Sandy Bar Ranch in Orleans, we’ll put into the Klamath River’s middle fork and head downriver as we learn about the Klamath’s geologic origins and unusual course from high desert to steep, wild canyons. We’ll also discuss the Klamath’s stream ecology, including its unique tempe... Read more...
2019 Landscaping with Oregon Native Plants
Saturday, June 01, 2019Grants Pass location to be announced. Learn to use native plants as problem solvers for restoring a damaged site, to create habitat for butterflies and wildlife, to plant beneath existing oaks, to landscape in wet or dry places or simply to evoke a natural setting for your home and garden. ... Read more...
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