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2 months ago

One of the challenges facing the Klamath River is that it is just so incredibly beautiful. You can follow it for hundreds of miles, stopping in awe at vista after vista, making it hard to imagine ... See more

2 months ago
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He worked in orchards in the summer. He built a thriving business based on fruit puree. He is a peacemaker at heart, and is utterly devoted to the Klamath Basin. This Southern Oregon Magazine article ... See more

2 months ago
Jim Fitzgerald

Creating roads robust enough to handle trucks featuring wheels taller than the drivers is no small task. Listen to Jim Fitzgerald discuss preparations to improve access roads to Copco Dams 1 and 2.

2 months ago
Klamath River Renewal Corporation - Car 2nd Chance

We are pleased to announce a novel opportunity to augment the work of KRRC through a car donation program. Two Rotary Clubs in the Bay Area are keenly interested in restoring the Klamath River and ... See more

Cars2ndChance pledges to quickly pick up your vehicle and maximize your donation to KRRC. Your vehicle’s net sales proceeds will be shared 50-50 between KRRC and the two SF Bay Area Rotary clubs ... See more

2 months ago

The Yurok people have used Redwood canoes for thousands of years to fish, hunt and travel from village to village. Canoes were used in both the Klamath River and – brace yourself for a bravery ... See more

2 months ago
The Mysterious Denizens of the Deep – Green Sturgeon · Reconnect Klamath

Imagine coming across a fish longer than you are tall. Weighing more than 300 pounds. In the Klamath River. Read more on the Reconnect Klamath blog.

Your first encounter with a full-grown green sturgeon can be a little scary. These behemoths can grow to over 7 feet long, weighing as much as 350 pounds. Their whiskered face and armored back plates ... See more

2 months ago
KRRC Winter 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!

The newest edition of the KRRC newsletter is out now! Click for the latest project updates.

2 months ago

The Family Water Alliance newsletter recently featured an article that underscores how Klamath dam removal is a win for both agriculture and the environment in Northern California and Southern Oregon.

3 months ago

Did you know that the Karuk Tribe is one of the largest tribes in California? Karuk people have lived for thousands of years in what is now the northwestern corner of California, in Humboldt and ... See more

3 months ago
Klamath History: Salmon Always Find a Way · Reconnect Klamath

Damming the Klamath was adamantly opposed by area residents in years gone by. Read more about the history of the Klamath on Reconnect Klamath’s blog!

While some may think removing dams on the Klamath River is a relatively new idea, history tells a different tale. Back in 1889, the timber town of Klamathon was erected near present-day Hornbrook, ... See more

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