It’s time for a solution to the Klamath’s recurring water crises

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Felice Pace weighs in on the Klamath water crisis.

Once again, the Klamath River Basin is in a “water crisis.” With not enough water to fulfill all needs and demands, irrigators, federal tribes, and fishermen are all clamoring for more water and for “emergency disaster assistance” from the federal government. In the middle are the federal and state agencies charged with meeting competing needs of threatened and endangered fish, water rights law, and irrigator demands. 

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