Mt. Shasta / Klamath Region


"I’ve heard it said that good resource management is the art of making problems so interesting and their solutions so constructive that everyone wants to get to work and deal with them...this is our approach in the region."

Mt. Shasta/Klamath Director Andrew Braugh

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Regional Goal

To protect and restore the spring-fed cold water river systems of the Shasta-Klamath Region that, in the face of drought and climate change, sustain native salmonids, support the local economy, supply water to central and southern California, and provide critical habitat for trout, steelhead and salmon.

About the Region

The northeastern corner of the state - the area surrounding Mt. Shasta - is sometimes called the “Golden Triangle” by anglers because of its many fish-filled watersheds, including the McCloud, Upper Sacramento, Fall, Pit, Klamath Rivers and Hat Creek.

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Mount Shasta / Klamath Region News

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