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Klamath Basin farmers, coastal fishermen to give crash course

Sept. 19, 2007 Herald and News

Staff members representing elected officials from Oregon and California will get a crash course on Klamath River issues Friday and Saturday.

They’ll be guests of Klamath Basin farmers, coastal fishermen and Tribes during a two-day workshop and tour.

“We want people to realize there is some agreement between the three different communities,” said Dick Carleton, a Klamath Project farmer and co-organizer of the event. “This tour is directed toward staff people of all elected officials who have an interest in the Klamath.

“The purpose of the tour is to provide firsthand information on the problems facing us, as stakeholders, and to present information on how the system works and how we are all tied together.”


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