Major Environmental Win on the Klamath


steelGood news at a time when there hasn’t been a ton of that, at least not on the environmental side…

Five hundred miles of the Klamath River basin in Oregon and California will now be open to wild steelhead, thanks to an agreement reached last week that will remove four obsolete dams from the river. It could be a rebirth for what was historically one of the greatest steelhead fisheries in the United States.

Trout Unlimited did a lot of the heavy lifting (and spent a lot of money) on that project (along with the Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen’s Associations, California Trout, the Northern California Council of the International Federation of Fly Fishers and American Rivers), so we will let you read the details from TU



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