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4 days ago
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Factual Friday: President Lyndon Johnson signed the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act into law in 1968, and four years later Governor Ronald Reagan signed into law the Golden State’s version – the ... See more

1 week ago

Factual Friday: What will the beavers do when the Klamath dams come down?

One of the interesting outcomes of dam removal on the Elwah River was a rebound in beaver populations. Not only are beavers ... See more

1 week ago
Feds Approve Partial Transfer of Ownership of Four Hydroelectric Dams on the Klamath

“’As we’ve seen time after time on rivers across the country, dam removal works. Thanks to FERC’s decision today, the Klamath River is on the way to rebounding back to life. With ongoing ... See more

 

2 weeks ago
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Yesterday, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approved the partial transfer of the Lower Klamath Project License to KRRC, provided that PacifiCorp remain a co-licensee. We are pleased ... See more

3 weeks ago
Interact Quiz

Factual Friday: Did you know Chinook salmon are prolific egg-layers? But just how many eggs can a single Chinook lay at a time? Test your knowledge with Reconnect Klamath's latest “How Klamath ... See more

1 month ago

Happy Independence Day! We are thankful for our freedom and all the beauty and natural wonder our great nation has to offer. Wishing everyone a safe, healthy, and happy July 4th!

1 month ago

Factual Friday: Did you know the Klamath River was added to the National Wild & Scenic Rivers System in 1981?

In 1968, Congress created the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act, which protects more than 12,700 ... See more