Klamath River recreational fishermen as well as folks interested in seasonal salmon runs will be excited to hear that the 2021 Fall-run salmon season has begun. Continue Reading 2021 Fall-Run Fishing on the Klamath River
Redband Trout are perhaps the most diverse fish species in the Klamath basin.
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Continue Reading Redband Trout: Historically Productive, Increasingly Understood
Wildfires have become an almost predictable feature of life for Klamath River Basin communities. Continue Reading The Bootleg Fire: Another Call to Action
The removal of the dams will allow the renewal of the Klamath River and the resurgence of abundant fauna and flora that make their home throughout the Klamath River Basin. Continue Reading KHSA: For a Reconnected Klamath River
Its nocturnal habits and chosen environment keep it out of most people’s way. Continue Reading Ringtails: Mysterious Denizens of the Night
Eulachon’s position within the food web and their anadromous lifecycle makes the little fish a useful indicator species. Continue Reading Eulachon: Tiny Giants of the Klamath River Basin
People visiting or residing along the Klamath River and its tributaries may notice a small, quick bird flitting across rivers and creeks in search of its next meal. Continue Reading The American Dipper: Semiaquatic Hunter in a Tiny Package
The 19th annual Salmon Run was a huge success with over 200 people of all ages participating throughout the Klamath Basin June 3-6. The purpose of this Indigenous-led spiritual run was to inspire unity across the Klamath Basin. Continue Reading Salmon Run 2021: Prayer, Unity, and a call for Restoration
River conditions have enabled a parasite to ravage juvenile salmon populations.
Continue Reading Dry Weather Promotes Spread of Disease in Young Klamath Salmon
Another massive crisis is mounting in the Klamath Basin this year due to extraordinarily dry hydrologic conditions following several years of prolonged drought. With this emergency, we believe that now, more than ever, the Basin must implement long-term strategies to ensure future generations can farm and fish. Continue Reading Drought Emergency Faces the Klamath
Educators and Save California Salmon provide resources to teachers.
Continue Reading Klamath Curriculum Makes a Splash with High Schoolers
A look at a crucial DNA discovery and the future of the Spring Chinook. Continue Reading Springers: The Determined Delicacy of the Klamath River – Part II
Spring Chinook salmon hold a special place in the culture of the Klamath Basin, which is why we must ensure that these members of the Klamath River are protected. Continue Reading Springers: The Determined Delicacy of the Klamath River
A healthy river is crucial for one of the smallest members of the Klamath. Continue Reading Freshwater Mussels: The Klamath Basin’s Shelled Little Heroes
The Shasta River is one of the Klamath River’s most productive tributaries. California Trout is working with landowners to restore important habitat. Continue Reading Fifth Generation Ranchers Learn to Grow Fish
Dr. Rob Lusardi, a conservation biologist at the UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences, shows how reconnecting the Klamath watershed could increase the odds for survival for salmonids (salmon and steelhead) while benefitting the entire Klamath river community. Continue Reading UC Davis Conservation Biologist Talks Salmonid Survival in the Klamath
A profile on one of the oldest—and largest—members of the Klamath River.
Continue Reading The Mysterious Denizens of the Deep – Green Sturgeon
A StoryMap spotlighting collaborative efforts to enhance fish passage in the Klamath River Basin in Honor of World Fish Migration Day 2020 Continue Reading Preparing the Klamath Basin for Dam Removal
lamath communities and dam builders at odds over salmon as early as 1889. Continue Reading Klamath History: Salmon Always Find a Way
Several farmers and ranchers in the Modoc Point Irrigation District are finding solutions to improving water quality and water savings by converting to more efficient irrigation practices. Continue Reading Innovative Partnership Saves Water and Energy
A new plan to replenish condor populations is being put into action.
Continue Reading Nature in the Basin: Condors Are Coming Back to Klamath