Yreka Fish and Wildlife Office
California and Nevada Region

Klamath Restoration Initiative

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Yreka Fish and Wildlife Office
1829 S. Oregon Street
Yreka, California 96097
Phone: 530-842-5763
Fax: 530-842-4517
Email: yreka@fws.gov

Klamath River stakeholders have developed a Proposed Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement. The Agreement is intended to result in effective and durable solutions which:
in concert with the removal of four dams, will restore and sustain natural production and provide for full participation in ocean and river harvest opportunities of fish species through out the Klamath Basin;
establish reliable water and power supplies which sustain agricultural uses, communities, and National Wildlife Refuges; and
contribute to the public welfare and the sustainability of all Klamath Basin communities.
For over two years the Group, representing 26 organizations, has been working to develop a comprehensive solution for the Klamath Basin.
To view the draft settlement agreement, please click here.

Klamath River Dam and Sediment Investigation (This document is in Adobe format. 113 p. / 4.12 Mb)

Last updated: October 16, 2008