Klamath: Direct Action! 

Tribal members train with Earth First! in Six Rivers National Forest showdown

[slideshow-1] ORLEANS -- Molli Jane had clambered up the ropes not effortlessly but quickly. But now she hung there halfway up a large Douglas fir tree and strained to make the muscular transition to descent. Below, her coach, a veteran of many…

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