KBRA / Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement
Articles, Press Releases, Newsletters
|Klamath River floods as Jerry Brown set to tear down dams, Breitbart, posted to KBC 2/18/17. "The un-noticed Klamath River, even with its dam system still in place, is expected to flood and potentially cause serious damage to the North Coast when the rains hit. If four of the seven dams were already torn down, the flood and destruction from the Klamath River would likely have been be epic."|
Klamath irrigators testify on water shutoff compensation,
Klamath irrigators detail hardships during water shutoff, H&N 2/1/17
Walden talks about 'takings' case, H&N 2/1/17
Testimony opens in 'takings' trial in D.C. Irrigators lay out their case, H&N 1/31/17."...Klamath Irrigation District et al v. the United States and Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen’s Association / PCFFA and John Anderson Farms, Inc. et al v. United States..." KBC NOTE: And who is PCFFA? They sued: against irrigators being compensated in this takings case, to shut down Calif. suction dredge mining, to force water quality regulations on Klamath irrigators to make naturally mineral laden Klamath Lake and River prestine, petitioned against irrigators keeping their affordable power rate.... Press Release from George Soros-funded Earthjustice and PCFFA in 2005 in takings case.
Klamath Water Users Association are now 'friends' of PCFFA in Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement, agreeing to destroy Klamath River dams and downsize agriculture. 70-80% of Siskiyou and Klamath County citizens oppose the 'deal.'
|Klamath Dam removal hearing at Yreka draws upset crowd, Siskiyou Daily News 1/27/17. "...All essentially spoke in favor of leaving the dams in place, with Ryan stating that LaMalfa had sent her with a message for Siskiyou citizens: “Zinke told me, ‘We don’t pull down dams, we put ‘em up,’” in reference to President Trump’s Interior Secretary pick, Ryan Zinke. The remark was met with cheers from the crowd..."|
|* State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Board) has rescheduled the January 10, 2017 public scoping meeting in Yreka, California to January 26, 2017.|
and rescheduled for January 26*** Jan. 10, 5-7pm
Water Board scoping meeting for Klamath River Dam
NO meetings are planned
in Klamath Falls area. "The
KRRC is proposing to remove sufficient portions of the
LKP to create a free flowing Klamath River and provide
for volitional fish passage through the Federal Energy
Regulatory Commission (FERC) license surrender process.
The EIR will evaluate potential impacts of the LKP to
water quality and other resources within California as
compared to the environmental baseline, and will also
evaluate a range of alternatives...."
State Water board email received by KBC 1/3/17 with links and info: "the State Water Board released a Notice of Preparation and Scoping Meetings for an Environmental Impact Report for the Lower Klamath Project’s License Surrender (NOP). State Water Board staff will hold scoping meetings to solicit comments from trustee agencies, responsible agencies, and other interested persons in January 2017. The meetings dates and locations can be found in the NOP. Comments in response to the NOP are due by 5:00 pm on February 1, 2017."
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