Clamor Over the Klamath

Sep 29, 2009
Outside Magazine

The Klamath River in California, which was dammed up between 1908 and 1962, will have four dams removed beginning in 2020. The dams were erected by PacifiCorp, and their removal will supposedly allow for the revival of salmon and steelhead spawning and bolster fishing, tribal, and farming communities along the river.

Read up on the controversial history surrounding the Klamath here

--Aileen Torres

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