Klamath-Siskiyou

The Klamath-Sikiyou Bioregion grantmaking, primarily in Northern California,  focuses on establishing new wilderness protections, improving the ecological integrity of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, and restoring the Klamath River watershed.

William Weeden is the Weeden Foundation program lead in the Klamath-Siskiyou region.

A drought crisis has erupted in the Klamath Basin along the California-Oregon border, with fish dying en masse and farmers infuriated that they have been cut off from their main water source.

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Like living drones, bees will examine the state of the environment. Meet BeeOdiversity

Bank BNP Paribas, together with the Pszczoła Foundation and the BeeOdiversity company, implements the BeeOmonitoring project consisting in local monitoring of biodiversity and environmental pollution in agricultural and industrial areas with the use of bees. The details of the project and the role of bees in enhancing biodiversity are discussed by Dr. Bach Kim Nguyen, founder of BeeOdiversity, Bożena Wola, president of the Pszczoła Foundation, and Katarzyna Wielgosz, director of the Agronomist portal BNP Paribas Bank Polska.

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