Submitted by Rupak Thapaliya on Fri, 2009-01-30 11:20
Submitted by Rupak Thapaliya on Tue, 2008-02-19 10:08
Three new reports show that removing the four dams on Klamath River will benefit the health of the river and salmon in the long run.
A joint press release issued by American Rivers and the Karuk Tribe, states that the removal of the dams will have relatively minor negative effects in the short-run, will not require sediment removal, but will be beneficial to salmon and water quality without incurring any increased flood risk to downstream residents.
Submitted by Rupak Thapaliya on Thu, 2008-02-14 09:59
A benefit dinner is being organized to remove dams from the Klamath River that have been disturbing the habitat for salmon, trout and other species for a long time. The Klamath hydroproject owned by Pacificorp includes four dams that are not only disturbing fish migration and spawning but also polluting the river with toxic algae.
Citing deficiencies in a number of aspects, FERC has rejected the application (Project No. 13099-000) from Principal Power for hydropower production on Oregon's McKenzie River.In a letter issued on Feb 13, FERC rejected the application that included insufficient details on important issues such as construction activities, reservoirs, and transmission lines.
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