Plan to Cut Klamath Flows Threatens Fishery

Despite the wet winter, the Department of Interior has announced plans to cut Klamath River flows up to 30% below the minimum the Endangered Species Act mandated to protect listed coho salmon. River flows will drop below 750 cubic feet per second for the first time in decades. This could prove disastrous to juvenile coho salmon, Chinook salmon, steelhead, and Pacific lamprey.

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