Marble Mountain Wilderness Area
The Mid Klamath Watershed Council surveyed a large portion of the Marble Mountain Wilderness in 2010. The project was made possible by the National Forest Foundation, collaboration with the Klamath and Six Rivers National Forests and with the hard work of MKWC's first summer youth crew.
Several invasive plant species were mapped but no high priority weeds species were found. Please see map for details. The Klamath National Forest is managing high priority invasive species present in the wilderness, including Dyer's woad (Isatis tinctoria) in the Bear Lake vicinity.