Significant Federal Funds Heading to Klamath Basin

Last week, the Department of the Interior held a stakeholders meeting to announce that nearly a billion dollars in funding will be heading to the Klamath Basin over the next five years for ecological restoration. These funds will be available to restore fish habitat, improve water quality, address the wildfire crisis, and assist water conservation projects. With the biggest dam removal project in history on the horizon, it's welcome news. Dam removal will be entirely funded by States and private entities. These federal dollars could provide the funding necessary to restore the Klamath River post-dam removal and help mitigate the impacts of the historical drought the West is currently facing.

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-Klamath News


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