Kimberly has worked to defend Northern California’s national forests for over a decade, starting as Forest and Wildlife Protection Coordinator for the Klamath Forest Alliance. Kimberly has advocated protection of public lands for EPIC since 2007. Her efforts include tracking, commenting, ground-truthing and litigating projects in the remote and rugged watersheds of the Klamath-Siskiyous. She has also organized multiple events, trainings and conferences, engages with regional conservation organizations and works with USFS employees to ensure safeguards for the wildlife, waters and wild lands in our forests. She is also passionate about riding and caring for her equine mustangs.
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