CalTrout continues to work collaboratively with a diverse set of stakeholders to help remove four dams on the Klamath, provide access to over 420 miles of historic salmon spawning habitat, and restore a basin critical to the well-being of many constituents.
Farmers and ranchers, conservation organizations, commercial fishermen, and tribal parties…all on the same page. Everyone recognizes that compromise and negotiation can end up with a better solution than a lengthy, contentious and expensive winner-take-all litigation crap shoot.
Here’s hoping that federal legislation, critical to funding and moving the process forward, is soon proposed.
Read the full story in the The Sacramento Bee written by CalTrout’s Conservation Director, Curtis Knight.