Our Klamath Falls operations are situated in South-Central Oregon. They receive nearly 300 days annually of sunshine with soils that hint at past volcanic and sedimentary events.
The region is a significant Pacific flyway for over 350 bird species as they migrate North and South. In fact, the area plays host to the highest concentration of Bald eagles in the lower 48 states. It is also home to many fish and wildlife species that we help protect through voluntary conservation planning.
In this region, our forest management practices are third-party certified to rigorous Sustainable Forest Initiative® standards. We also comply with the state’s tough forest-practice laws and regulations, which are enforced by the Oregon Department of Forestry. Our focus areas include fire resilience and long-term forest health, with 573,000 acres currently being managed for large-scale carbon removal projects.
Nearly all of Green Diamond’s Oregon Timberlands are open to the public. Through cooperation with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Oregon State Police, Oregon Wildlife Heritage Foundation and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, our travel management area provides access to over 600,000 acres in Oregon’s Klamath, Lake and Jackson counties.
Before You Go: FAQ
Read these frequently asked questions to plan your next trip:
Our Klamath Falls office is located at 6400 Highway 66, Klamath Falls, OR. The office is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Yes, most areas are open to motorized traffic, with some exceptions outside of hunting season:
Occasionally, you may run across an orange sign indicating that logging or other forest management operations are occurring in the area. For safety reasons, these areas are CLOSED to all unauthorized vehicles.
Roads may be closed using signs, barriers (such as rocks or soil) or gates. Any of these methods of closure indicate that no motorized vehicles are allowed beyond that point.
From Nov. 20 to March 31 each year, the Pokegama area is closed to motor vehicles to protect wildlife and other resources. Non-motorized access is still allowed.
Yes, camping is permitted for 14 days per location, per year. Gas stoves and barbecues are allowed; however, we do not allow open fires or charcoal at any time.
Yes, maps are available free of charge at major entry points to the travel management area. You can also find them on large TMA signs, at Green Diamond's Klamath Falls office and on the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife’s website.
If you witness illegal or unsafe activity, dial 911. For poaching violations, call 1-800-452-7888. If you see evidence of dumping, call (541) 884-2240. For other illegal activity, please contact Oregon State Police dispatch at (541) 883-5711.
Conservation Plans and Permits
From spawning trout to the furry pacific fisher, our Oregon Timberlands provide a home for many fish and wildlife species. We are currently engaged in and developing voluntary conservation plans to protect these species and the habitats they require.
Pacific Fisher Candidate Conservation Agreement with Assurances (CCAA):
Covers 491,544 acres to protect the pacific fisher from 2019 through 2048. Conservation strategies include providing access for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service personnel to conduct monitoring or reintroduce the fisher onto the property; protecting known occupied den sites with a 0.25-mile disturbance buffer; covering structures that pose an entrapment risk to fishers; and investing in research and reporting.