turn-of-the-century photo, before
the Klamath Project was built, Link River occasionally went dry.
No fish. No power.
Klamath Project Made Reliable,
Regulated Flows Possible For Power
The water over our houses on the
previous Tule Lake was dead water; there was no outlet. More water
was evaporated than we could ever use for growing crops.
The Klamath Project has allowed more water, than
would have been naturally available, to flow down the Klamath River for
reliable, affordable power, fish, and Indian and government demands.
Now our government, tribes, power companies
and ecogroups want us to have no
water for farms or
489 species of wildlife that live in our canals and farmland.