California's Drought Sets the Stage for Intense Fire Season

It's early April, but concern is already building for the 2022 fire season. Statewide, snowpacks are at 38% of average, and the Klamath Basin is even worse off - the Klamath National Forest just released a report showing that the area's snowpack is at 16% of the historical average. This does not bode well for forests, fish, wildlife, or our river communities.

Meanwhile, legal disputes are beginning to form over how the little water available should be used. Explore the articles below to learn more.

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