River Currents

  • Klamath Dam Removal on Track for 2020

    Tuesday, April 6 marked a milestone for Klamath River restoration and conservation. As a culmination of a fourteen-year long grassroots campaign led by Karuk, Yurok, Hoopa and Klamath tribal members and river advocates, more than 100 people witnessed the historic signing… read more >>
  • Dam Removal Agreement Milestone for Healthy Klamath River

    April 6, 2016 For Immediate Release CONTACT: Konrad Fisher, 530-921-9660 Klamath, CA – Today, PacifiCorp, the states of California and Oregon, the Yurok and Karuk Tribes, and two federal agencies signed an agreement to remove four Klamath River dams in early 2020.… read more >>
  • Take Action for Klamath Salmon

    Timber planners in the Klamath National Forest are set to auction off thousands of acres of burned forests above the Klamath River in the first of many Westside Fire Salvage timber sales starting March 17. Clearcutting forests on steep slopes will devastate salmon habitat,… read more >>
  • Press Release: Karuk Tribe, Conservation Groups File Suit Challenging Westside Salvage

    Groups Seek Alternatives to Flawed Forest Service Salvage Plan Happy Camp, CA – Today the Karuk Tribe, along with the Environmental Protection Information Center (EPIC), Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center (KS Wild), Center for Biological Diversity, and Klamath… read more >>