COMMENTS: Klamath Watershed Conference 2006 Nov 7-9, Marcia H. Armstrong, Siskiyou County Supervisor, District 5, posted 11/18/06 "In 1989 before the Northwest Forest Plan and Aquatic Conservation Strategy, the Klamath National Forest, alone, harvested 320 million board feet of timber. Last year, only 18 million board feet were harvested and this year, only 14 million ...."
HERE for speeches, power points and reports at the Redding Klamath Watershed workshop that took place Nov 7-9.
The Klamath Watershed Conference in Redding by Marcia Armstrong, posted 11/11/06
Update on upcoming Chadwick/Klamath Congress email interaction, posted 10/5/06 "Although I would not presume to speak for all the Tribes, I can assure you there is a lot of agreement btw Tribes on what our top 2 priorities are: 1) removal of the lower 4 Klamath River dams, and 2) adequate in stream flows for fish." Craig Tucker, Karuk Tribe. More on Chadwick go HERE.
The Cash Cows are coming (regarding Chadwick group/Klamath Basin Watershed Conference, by Pat Ratliff, Pioneer Press, posted to KBC 9/5/06
Klamath Conference potential keynote speakers, donation request letter, and subbasin contacts, posted to KBC 7/20/06. (KBC note: a few possible speakers are Senator Dianne Feinstein, Congressman Mike Thompson, and many more. Thompson was amongst those on the capital steps in 2002 with dead fish blaming the Klamath Irrigators for Trinity Fish dying 200 miles away and has been in the forefront in the effort to downsize Klamath Basin agriculture; HERE for fish die-off page.) Go HERE for more on Klamath Conference in November.
2006 Conference Budget, 6/6/06
Klamath Basin Congress, Conference Planning Meeting Notes, posted to KBC 3/5/06.
One Basin Klamath Congress Proposed, Chadwick builds forum for Klamath watershed management plan, Klamath Courier 11/10/05
Chadwick Consensus meeting Nov 1-3, letter and agenda by Alice Kilham, posted to KBC 10/31/05. To attend call Lori Fernlund at 541 883 7131.
Stakeholders aim to fashion their own Klamath plan, Capital Press 10/28/05 Klamath Basin stakeholders are encouraged to attend.
Klamath National Forest, Fremont-Winema, ORE-CAL RCD, NOAA and BOR are sponsoring a 4-day Chadwick Consensus training in November. "The educated electorate no longer will allow the elected official to make the decision alone." HERE for info.
Answers from the Bureau of
Reclamation regarding CIP, Barnes Ranch, and the Chadwick
process, received from BOR 9/29/05.
Alice Kilham from Hatfield Working Group, Klamath Basin
Ecosystem Foundation and Klamath River Compact, sent this letter to the
Klamath Basin email list of stakeholders, the people attending the
Chadwick Consensus sessions. Anyone can attend and the next session is
Nov. 1-3. Included are the committees you might want to join, the
following are some:
Chiloquin Chadwick workshop report from the June session. If you are a stakeholder or concerned person, there are committees for you. Remove the dams. Plan demand reduction of water. Restore the reservation to the Klamath Tribes. Plan a power rate for Project irrigators. Join a Klamath Congress to make basin-wide decisions.
“No Respect:” by Marcia Armstrong, Siskiyou County Supervisor, column in the Klamath Courier August 10, 2005. "Efforts such as the Chadwick group can provide a great platform for sharing perspectives, encouraging discussion and sorting out facts. However, they just cannot be “morphed” into a basin-wide decision-making body or Congress that undercuts the role of your duly elected local governments."
Chadwick comes to
Chiloquin corrected: With some input, this
article was revised with corrections by stakeholders, and published in
the Pioneer Press Rancher August 2005
6/25/05 Bob Chadwick of Consensus Associates has been
hired to facilitate people in the Klamath
watershed to come together to "restore the river." Last week the
Chadwick session had former Congresswoman
Elizabeth Furse educate the participants about tribal trust. Furse is known throughout the
Klamath Basin as the Congresswoman who shut down the Biscuit Fire
salvage, and she propagated untruths about the
Klamath Project in 2001:
Go HERE for long version of Furse
Tribal Trust Chadwick Consensus meeting June 18. PRESS RELEASE and Schedule. Come and hear what the Yurok, Hoopa, Karuk, Klamath, Quartz Valley Tribes tell us about Tribal Trust obligations. Chadwick says the responsibility is to "restore the river because it’s the right thing to do."
Chiloquin Chadwick attendees
and affiliations, 77, for June 28-30.
Integrated purpose from Alice Kilham 6/10/05.
Tulelake report from Chadwick 5/31/05
Chadwick Consensus groups have been occurring throughout the Klamath watershed to find 'solutions' with environmentalists, gov't agencies, tribes and irrigators. The process is paid for by the Bureau of Reclamation. Alice Kilham, KBEF, Klamath Basin Ecosystem Foundation, board of director, engaged Mr Chadwick in facilitating the process. Also a KBEF director and Chadwick participant Mike Connelly shared his KBEF update. KBEF is hosting the Chadwick website. 6/10/05
Cowboys and Indians and Feds Are Talking, by KBC 3/19/05
Tulelake Chadwick Workshop Day #1 3/15/05 by KBC
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