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Mark Bransom, CEO for KRRC, examines the Copco Powerhouse in Siskiyou County. The massive structure was built in the 1920s and is situated near the two Copco dams slated for removal as part of the ... See more

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FAQs

Where will the earth and concrete be disposed of when the Lower Klamath Project Dams are removed? You can find the answer to this question, and many others, on our FAQ page: ... See more

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Klamath Salmon and Steelhead can cover thousands of miles during their years in the ocean, but they manage to find this spot to begin the trek home. Many of their historic river and tributary ... See more

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“Why not just install fish ladders so the dams can keep producing hydropower?”

We get that question a lot. There are several reasons fish ladders are not a good solution in the Klamath River. ... See more

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Dam removal project, genetic discovery could be good news for key salmon species

“Imagine: I’m a 50-pound, big, chunky fish. I’m gonna haul it up the river toward my spawning grounds, and then boom, I hit Iron Gate Dam [on the Klamath],” says Parker. “I have a phenotype ... See more

Spring-run Chinook salmon, critical to Indigenous fishers along the Klamath River, are in steep decline. But two recent developments may offer a path to their recovery.

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You don’t have to be a scientist to conclude that the water in Copco Reservoir can be truly awful. But there is plenty of data to that effect if you want to dig into it. According to the US ... See more

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As part of our continuing series about the people who run KRRC, we’d like to introduce you to Board member Glen Spain. An effective and long-time vocal advocate for better watershed and riparian ... See more

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The KRRC project is about far more than removing four dams on the Klamath River. It is about reversing the alarming decline in salmon populations. It is about preserving Tribal cultures that have ... See more

2 months ago

Did you know that the KRRC project is widely viewed as the largest dam removal in US history? This is because four dams (constituting the Lower Klamath Project) are being simultaneously removed from ... See more

2 months ago
Reconnect Klamath

We love this brief but informative video.

Dr. Rob Lusardi, a conservation biologist at the UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences, showed how reconnecting the Klamath watershed could increase the odds of survival for salmonids while ... See more

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