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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. - 4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday
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Welcome to Siskiyou Field Institute!

 

Siskiyou Field Institute's mission is to introduce people to one of the most diverse and intriguing bioregions in the world - the Klamath-Siskiyou Mountains - through field-based natural history classes.
 
Our classes offer lifelong learning opportunities about this wonderful region to people of all ages. Whether you're curious about birds or botany, butterflies or bryophytes, wildflower photography or botanical illustration - you're sure to find classes at Siskiyou Field Institute that catch your interest. 

 


Upcoming Classes
 
 
Botany 101 on Mt. Ashland - Sunday , July 27

Solitary Wasps and Bees - Friday-Saturday, August 1-2 - SOLD OUT - Please call us at 541-597-8530 to place your name on a waiting list.

Birding and Marine Mammals at Sea - Saturday, August 16


Rogue Undammed: River Ecology from a Raft  - Sunday , August 24


 

 

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Online course registration is now open.
 

If you have questions about class registration please call 541-597-8530 or email institute@thesfi.org.

 




 

 
 


Jackson County Educator Scholarships Now Available

The Rogue Valley Audubon Society recently announced it will again contribute scholarship funds in 2014 to support Jackson County educatorsí enrollment in Siskiyou Field Institute classes. Eligible educators include any Jackson County teacher, student teacher, classroom assistant or staff of non-profit organizations involved in outdoor/natural history education.

Scholarship recipients are welcome to sign up for any SFI adult education class. They will then be asked to write or present a short class report to the Rogue Valley Audubon Society. Reports can made either as an article for The Chat newsletter or in person at a RVAS monthly meeting.

To apply for a scholarship, contact SFI Program Coordinator Kathleen Pyle at programcoord@thesfi.org or give her a call at (541) 597-8530.
 

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Rogue Valley Audubon donates scholarship funds for Jackson County educators.
  Selma OR - The Rogue Valley Audubon Society recently announced it will again contribute scholarship funds in 2014 to support Jackson County educatorsí enrollment in Siskiyou Field Institute classes. Eligible educators include any Jackson County teacher, student teacher, classroom assistant o...  Read more... 
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Botany 101 on Mt. Ashland
Sunday, July 27, 2014
Donít speak Latin? Donít know the difference between conifers and cotyledons? We will use the subalpine meadows and forests of the Mt. Ashland area as a laboratory to investigate plant morphology, evolution, family characteristics, and both scientific and common names. Meet flowering plants and coni...  Read more... 
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Solitary Wasps and Bees - SOLD OUT
Friday, August 01, 2014
Enter a secret world populated by tiny potters, kidnappers, daubers, cutters, diggers, and carpenters. Learn why wasps and bees are significant insect players in the natural world. In this class you'll also learn taxonomy of solitary wasps and bees, biology of several typical Siskiyou species, speci...  Read more... 
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Birding and Marine Mammals at Sea
Saturday, August 16, 2014
This class will journey 20 miles into open ocean via charter boat to view pelagic (offshore) birds fishing and preparing for their fall migration to the Southern Hemisphere. Auklets, jaegers, albatross and other seabirds may be sighted as well as whales and other marine mammals. Dr. Stewart Janes of...  Read more... 
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