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Archive 196 - September 2018
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Aerial tour of Klamath River dams adds environmental perspective, H&N 9/30/18

California Farm Bureau Federation Friday Legislative Review 9/28/18. Pot, commodities, federal milk marketing order, air pollution monitoring, food safety rules and packaging mandates, land use bill, increased penalties regarding livestock, specialty crop grants, pest control, $3 million for monarch butterfly habitat.

Rogue Wolf Pack kills guard dog, Medford Mail Tribune 9/26/18.

Bids for Klamath dam removal out to contractors, H&N 9/26/18.

'Storms' underway in Klamath water talks; are they failing? Mikkelsen to return to Basin in November, H&N 9/21/18

PRESS RELEASE - CA Congressman LaMalfa Urges Strong Forest Management in Final Farm Bill Conference Report 9/20/18

Project water relief funding advances, H&N 9/20/18.

Clear Skies with more fires around the corner, by Oregon State Senator Dennis Linthicum, September Newsletter 2018. "Today, we invest more time, energy, and resources fighting fires than we do proactively reducing wildfire severity and fostering forest resiliency..."

9/23/18, letter to KBC News from Rex Cozzalio, Hornbrook rancher, regarding  the Cold Creek Project to be carried out by Trout Unlimited
**Reclamation extends comment period on draft environmental document for Cold Creek Coho Passage and Screening Project to October 10, 2018 10/10/18
BOR Press Release 9/18/18
: COMMENTS DUE September 25! Reclamation releases draft environmental document for Cold Creek Coho Passage and Screening Project.
43 page Draft Environmental Assessment Cold Creek Coho Salmon Passage and Screening Project. “The project would be funded in the amount $116,054.77 by the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) and administered through National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) to Trout Unlimited (TU) as part of the 2016 Klamath River Coho Habitat Restoration Grant Program (Grant Program).” More on TU and Klamath HERE

$500,000 in water study funds cut, H&N 9/18/18. "...Klamath Tribes stated in a press release last week there is now no flexibility to even consider water allocation negotiations until significant progress is made on improving water quality in Upper Klamath Lake..." KBC Note: Klamath Tribes have been suing Klamath Water Users to shut down our deeded irrigation water all summer. 

FAA supports Tulelake airport sale (to Modoc Tribe of Oklahoma) as settlement hearing (with Tule Lake Committee) looms, H&N 9/16/18.

Klamath's JC Boyle Dam removal complies with water quality, H&N 9/16/18. 

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