Get Involved in Your Culture

Get Involved in Your Culture

As a part of the up-can-coming generation of Klamath Basin residents, Hoopa Valley Tribe member Danielle Frank explores the importance of culture in her debut Klamath Storytelling interview. Watch Danielle’s entire video to learn more about how her experiences as a...
Klamath-Focused Films

Klamath-Focused Films

Photo Credit: Gerd Altmann   Klamath Basin residents and those invested in the cultural and environmental happenings of the Basin have several films to watch that focus on the cultural resilience of Basin Tribes and efforts to undam the Klamath River. Guardians...
Get Involved in Your Culture

An Unbreakable Connection to Klamath Land

For Karuk language teacher and mental health clinic intern Maymi Preston-Donahue, living in the Klamath Basin is an integral part of her and her family’s indigenous identity. Watch this brief video to hear from Maymi as she explains the unbreakable religious, cultural...
Project Klamath

Project Klamath

Photo Credit: Dan Meyers   Those interested in the historical and contemporary realities of the Klamath River Basin, should be excited to peruse an exceptional journalistic resource recently made available online. “Project Klamath,” is a collection of articles...
Get Involved in Your Culture

The Three I’s of Community: Invest, Invest, Invest

What does it mean to be a part of the Klamath Basin community? Karuk Tribal TANF Cultural Activities Coordinator Phil Albers offers his perspective on this complex question as the next Klamath storyteller in this powerful series. The Klamath Storytelling Project video...
Get Involved in Your Culture

Leave the Basin Better than You Found It

For second-generation rancher Jess Thomas, the Klamath Basin is so much more than just his home. It is a central part of his identity. Watch this brief video to hear Jess explain why he chooses to live in this special place. The Klamath Storytelling Project video...