Transcribed Klamath Project Tour hosted by the Bureau of
Reclamation for Humboldt State University (HSU)
Dr Harry Carlson speaks at the Tulelake refuges
This tour was conducted September 11, 2003 for the purpose of showing Humboldt University President and guests the Klamath Project. Bureau of Reclamation, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Universities of Oregon and California Extension officers, and Klamath Water Users gave presentations. Farmers guided much of the tour. There were many questions and answers throughout the day.
This tour was videotaped and transcribed for this KBC presentation.
video, photos, and presentation by KBC
Thank you Klamath Farm Bureau for your donation that made this service possible.
#3 o Humboldt, Oregon Institute of Technology (OIT), Klamath Water Users (KWUA) and Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) regarding research, data, water quality, TMDL's (total maximum daily load of phosphorus) and Chiloquin Dam, which blocks 95% of sucker habitat.
#4 o Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and Project operations considering the Endangered Species Act (ESA), NEPA, obligations to irrigators and tribes, Clean Water Act, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)
#5 Lease land as it relates to
the wildlife refuge
#6 o Klamath Basin Ecosystem Restoration
#7 o Bus tour overview by Dan Keppen, Executive Director of Klamath Water Users Association
o Impacts of the two
biological opinions for suckers and for salmon,
and how that has changed the parameters of Project
operations over the last 10 years, by John
Crawford, Project and leaseland farmer.
#9 o Dr. Ken Rykbost discusses Klamath River hydrology.
#10 At Horsefly Dam
Cattle and dairies
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