Publications and resources
Solar eclipse resources
On Monday, August 21, we will get to see the moon pass directly in front of the sun. For a minute or two day will turn to night. Here are tips about what you need to know about eclipses, how to be safe during an eclipse and some fun experiments you can try during this rare event.
How to watch the eclipse if you're stuck indoors. The NASA Eclipse2017 site has safety tips, the science of the eclipse and more. New York Times reporter Dennis Overbye explains what happens in an eclipse.
Remember: Even though an eclipse effectively turns day into night, never look directly at the sun. More about eclipse safety is in the Health Library.
The Blue Zones Project is a community approach to making the healthy choice the easy choice. Learn more about the Blue Zones Project in Klamath Falls and the Power 9 principles.
- Living Well, volume 1 Sept-Nov 2016
- Living Well, volume 2 Dec 2016-Feb 2017
- Living Well, volume 3 March-May 2017
Join walking groups hosted by Blue Zones-Klamath Falls on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Blue Zones Moai Worksite Competition FAQ.
Blue Zones Moai competition details and sign-up information.
Learn how Sky Lakes is a partner in local economic development Driving Change in Rural Oregon.
Read recent issues of Live Smart, a quarterly health and wellness magazine published by Sky Lakes.
The 2015 edition of tghe Community Health Needs Assessment is part of a local health improvement process that uses data to identify priority issues, develop strategies for action, and establish an accountable system with measurable indicators to track trends over time.
The Community Health Improvement Plan serves as the three-year strategic plan for improving the health and well-being of Klamath County residents.
View past issues of Live Healthy, an annual publication produced by Sky Lakes and the Herald and News.