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Friends of the River says no to Klamath Dams Removal Settlement

Friends of the River (FOR), a leading environmental group said thanks, but no thanks to the Klamath Hydropower Settlement Agreement (KHSA) just signed by  California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Oregon Gov. Ted Kulongoski, U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and the Ceo of PacifiCorp. The agreement outlines a plan to remove four hydroelectric dams on the Klamath […]

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Yoga on the River

Top 10 Rafting Trips Favorite river adventures for foodies, photo geeks and classical music fans… Yoga on the River by Julie Tomasz There’s nothing like doing the tree pose among the trees, especially on a sandy river bank in the redwood-studded Siskiyou Wilderness. Days start and end with gentle yoga and meditation, and, in between, […]

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Klamath River Dams Removal News, from River Dancers Rafting

California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Oregon Gov. Ted Kulongoski, U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and the Ceo of PacifiCorp, along with more than 30 stakeholder groups, including the Karuk, Yurok and Klamath Tribes signed agreements for removal of four Klamath river dams. It provides for restoration of salmon habitat, allocates water rights and guarantees water deliveries […]

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Floating the Upper Sacramento River

Paddle rafters find safe thrills while rafting down the Upper Sacramento River south of Dunsmuir Story and Photos by Lee Juillerat, Herald and News, Klamath Falls Don’t wait too long to see for yourself the beauty of the Upper Sacramento River. How many times have I driven along Interstate 5 between Dunsmuir and Shasta Lake, […]

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Wet and Wild Klamath River

By Nina Martin Old trip: Serious thrills on the white water New trick: A toned-down ride for the whole family Ever find yourself longing for the days when vacations included more adventure and adult conversation, and fewer bathroom breaks and mouse ears? There’s not much to be done about the pit stops, but once you […]

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Extraordinary Snowpack

The Siskiyou mountains and Mt Shasta area were pounded by a series of intense storms in mid-January. Massive debris, broken and uprooted trees bear testimony to the storms’ fury. That is good news for drought plagued California though. The critical mountain snowpack is now well above historical averages, in depth and water content and it […]

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Wild and Scenic Klamath River

Rated in the top 20 bright new ’09 California vacations by San Francisco Magazine The Klamath is California’s longest river and second largest. The average flow at its mouth is higher than the Colorado in the Grand Canyon. The Klamath watershed starts east of Crater Lake in southern Oregon. It flows southwesterly into California and […]

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