Mid-term Evaluation of the Klamath River Basin
Fisheries Restoration Program
The Klamath Act expired on October 1, 2006, and was not reauthorized by Congress. The funding for this program was eliminated and the charter was discontinued. The information on this site is provided for reference.
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Entire Mid-Term Evaluation Report
Table of Contents and Chapter One
Cover, Table of Contents, Executive Summary, Introduction (39K)
Institutional and Political Aspects of the Restoration Program (1203K)
Implementation of the Plan's Objectives, Policies and Actions (107K)
Chapters Four and Five
Leveraging Restoration Program Dollars
Assessing Klamath River Basin Habitat Changes, 1987-1997 (33K)
Organization Structure, Behavior of the Committees, KRFWO (76K)
Chapters Seven, Eight and Nine
What Percent of the Funds Did Task Force Entities Receive?
Effectiveness and Workload of the KRFWO Public Awareness and the Restoration Program (117K)
Chapter Ten and References
Evaluating the Large and Small Hatcheries' Contribution References (61K)
Actions Taken by the Task Force, 1991-1997 (79K)
Responses to the Evaluation Project Interviews (114K)
Appendices 3-1 and 3-2
Updated Long Range Plan Structure and Recommendations Restoration Program Expenditures, by Category, 1989-1997 (49K)
Habitat Restoration and Trends, 1987-1997 (2,435K)
Press Coverage of the Program, Related Salmon Issues (123K)