Author: William Simpson II

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Klamath Dams and Salmon Restoration – Truth vs. Fiction

Klamath River Renewal Corporation doubles-down on the tooth fairy.  Recently, the public information officer at the Klamath River Renewal Corporation (‘KRRC’), Ren Brownell and KRRC CEO Mark Bransom have disingenuously complained that articles citing the negative impacts of the Klamath Dam removal project under their organization, KRRC, are ‘not accurate’. And because Bransom and […]

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Trouble In Dam Removal Paradise – Kiewit Has Pulled-Out of Klamath River Dam Project 

According to a Letter from FERC, “… Kiewit has aborted the Iron Gate Development drilling program in its entirety…”  An old NASA phrase comes to mind… Houston, we have a problem! In a letter dated April 9, 2024 from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (‘FERC’), Office of Energy Projects to Mark Bransom, […]

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NEW CITIZENS ACTION GROUP – Klamath River Restoration Alliance

Klamath River Restoration Alliance (‘KRRA’) is organized as a citizen action group to lobby for the removal of the polluted sediments from the drained Klamath River lakes. Testimony from the Siskiyou County Agricultural Commission suggests that planting the polluted sediments in an effort to stabilize them will likely fail.  Empirical experience […]

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OPEN LETTER: KRRC CEO Mark Bransom Lied To Siskiyou County Supervisors

TO: Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors  RE: Mark Bransom/KRRC’s Misrepresentations  CC: State Agencies, Elected Officials, Concerned Citizens Via EMAIL Only  –  Open Letter (May be published) April 3, 2024Dear Siskiyou Board of Supervisors Chairman and Board Members (‘BOS’), et. al.The evidence is clear and abundant that Mark Bransom, the CEO […]

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Klamath River and Dam Removal Crises Continues – California Department of Fish and Wildlife Failure

cover photo: Siskiyou County citizens recovering remains of dead beaver after CA Dept. of Fish & Wildlife failed to respond. On Tuesday March 26th, the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors declared a local ‘State of Emergency‘ in regard to the adverse impacts of the Klamath Dam removal project affecting the […]