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6 days ago

Did you know that the entire City of Eureka, CA is a state historic landmark? When Covid recedes and you plan summer travel, you might want to check out Eureka’s hundreds of significant Victorian ... See more

1 week ago
KRRC Spring 2021 Newsletter

Want to learn more about what's happening with the lower Klamath Dam removal project? See KRRC's latest newsletter for regulatory updates, project information, and other exciting news!

Dam removal keeps getting closer, but a project of this magnitude requires the creation of multiple plans covering an array of topics. KRRC has already received multiple approvals, and many more are ... See more

1 week ago

Iron Gate Dam is 173 feet tall. And it was built without fish passage. Salmon are good jumpers, but not that good. Dam removal will reopen hundreds of stream miles of historic habitat in northern ... See more

1 week ago

Chris Weinstein, a GIS and drone operator for the Karuk Tribe, holds a container of toxic algae alongside Copco Reservoir in the summer of 2020. In addition to reopening sections of the river that ... See more

3 weeks ago

“Why did PacifiCorp’s license to operate the dams expire?”

The federal government granted a 50-year license that allowed PacifiCorp to operate four Klamath River dams. That license term ... See more

3 weeks ago

The Shasta River is one of several important tributaries to the Klamath River, and provides vital habitat for coho and chinook salmon. In recent years The Nature Conservancy and its partners restored ... See more

3 weeks ago

“Water quality in Upper Klamath Lake is already bad, and it feeds into the Klamath River. So how can dam removal improve water quality?”

That’s a great question, and we hear it quite often. ... See more

1 month ago

We are sometimes asked if there is any historical evidence of salmon in Link River and upstream. There certainly is! Check out this 1909 headline in the Klamath Republican: Great Sport on the River, ... See more

1 month ago

The U.S. Census Bureau notes that the unincorporated community of Klamath, at the extreme northern end of California, was home to a population 779 when the 2010 census was taken. There are even fewer ... See more

1 month ago

The J. C. Boyle Dam is located about five miles west of Keno in southern Oregon, and about 12 miles north of the California border. It was built in 1958 and does include fish ladders. Regrettably, ... See more

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