Our Klamath Basin
Upholding rural Americans' rights to grow food,
own property, and caretake our wildlife and natural resources.
Archive 80 -
main archive page
Around 1900, Link River,
between Upper Klamath Lake and Lake
occasionally went dry before
the Klamath Project was built. There
was no hydropower, no hatcheries,
occasionally no fish (fish need
water), no artificially-raised river
flows or lake levels.
HERE for more
High Court agrees to decide Klamath water suit issues.
Marzulla Law Firm, posted to KBC 1/30/09. "On
January 29, 2009, the Supreme Court of Oregon agreed to
decide three issues of State law which will likely
determine whether Klamath farmers can recover compensation
from the United States for refusing to release water to
them in 2001."