The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is constructing a multi-million-dollar sucker hatchery

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) is building a Sucker Assisted Rearing Program, which has steadily grown from when it was first initiated in 2013. The USFWS has been…

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Parts of Klamath County irrigation system require major overhaul; Upper Klamath Lake and endangered suckerfish stand to benefit

The irrigation canals snaking through downtown Klamath Falls, from Upper Klamath Lake to the city of Merrill and beyond, rely heavily on the technology utilized by the ancient Egyptians. Upgrading…

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Fremont-Winema National Forest Service News

A portion of the Fremont-Winema National Forest became a part of the Oregon Outback International Dark Sky Sanctuary on March 11 at 6 a.m. and was announced in a ceremony…

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Department of Interior announces landmark agreement to fund Upper Klamath Basin restoration

The U.S. Department of the Interior announced a historic agreement on Feb. 14 with the Klamath Tribes, Yurok Tribe, Karuk Tribe, and Klamath Water Users Association to advance collaborative efforts…

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Proposed landfill site adjacent to Klamath Marsh draws sharp rebuke from Klamath Tribes

Landfills are necessary, though no site is ideally suited to host one. However, some locations make for questionable proposals. A landfill being proposed to occupy 806 acres of land south…

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Q&A with Marshal Moser

Marshal Moser is a field naturalist and certified wildlife biologist on a mission to restore the health of the Upper Klamath Basin’s ecosystem, with particular interest in the endangered bull…

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$40 million Swan Lake Hydro Energy Project compensation package rejected by Klamath Tribes General Council

Construction of a hydro pump storage project at Swan Lake has been a contentious issue within the Klamath Tribes since its proposal in 2011. At a tense General Council meeting…

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