In December, the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors voted to go against the wishes of 79 percent of the Siskiyou County Voters and voted to go forward with Klamath River dam removal and hire a special employee who would expedite the Siskiyou permit process. “It was moved by Supervisor Valenzuela, […]
Tag: Klamath River Dams
Demolishing four hydroelectric dams along the Klamath River, three in California and one in Oregon, is a dumb and harmful idea. Unfortunately, it seems that the train has already left the station, and being dumb and harmful won’t stop its progress. As I have attempted to point out in columns […]
The Siskiyou County Republican Central Committee is pleased to announce that at the recent California CAGOP Convention in Sacramento attended by nearly 1400 delegates a Resolution was adopted by the Board of Directors announcing their support for the Citizens of Northern California and Southern Oregon who are trying to retain and preserve the historic Klamath Hydroelectric Facilities and the lakes behind them.
By Jay Martin Will Harling is the Director of Mid Klamath Watershed Council &Orleans~Somes Bar Fire Safe Council This work we are doing can’t be done alone. Takes all of us. Will Harling This is a power-packed interview with lots of information about past and present restoration projects that have […]
Writer: Makenna Marks KDVR.com SISKIYOU COUNTY, Calif. – A board member of the Siskiyou County Water Users Association has filed a lawsuit against the secretary of the California Natural Resources Agency. The lawsuit claims the secretary is illegally using taxpayer money to fund the historic dam removal project. “The secretary […]
Source FarmProgress.com Tribal communities in far northern California that were excited over dam-removal plans on the Klamath River are now complaining about a proposal to cut river flows to fill the drought-depleted Upper Klamath Lake. Officials from the Yurok and Karuk tribes say the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is considering a proposal to […]
By Bob Kaster I do love a good mystery. So much so that, after I retired from the bench, I started writing and publishing fictitious mystery stories (“mindless thrillers” I call them) as a hobby. Some of you may already be familiar with my books. But if you aren’t, I […]