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Endangered Species Act Congressional Hearing in Klamath Falls 7/17/04
notices, hearing, articles, photos and testimonies
ESA testimony

Write/Email Congress with your story - how did the Endangered Species Act effect you? Your comments needed before March 31..here for information.

* From Dan Keppen, Family Farm Alliance Executive Director, on ESA Implementation Hearing, 'Science or Politics?', posted to KBC 5/21/07
* ESA testimony of
Lynn Scarlett, Deputy Secretary of Interior.

Comments by Rudy Hiley to the ESA Hearing Oversight – “Endangered Species Act Implementation:  Science or Politics?”posted 5/11/07.

Reps. Young & Sali's Statements from Today's Hearing, "ESA Implementation: Science or Politics", posted 5/10/07.

Bill Kennedy, Chairman of the Board for the Family Farm Alliance, traveled to Redmond, Oregon and spoke to an audience that included Secretary of the Interior Dirk Kempthorne, Dale Hall (Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service), Mark Rey (Under Secretary of Department of Agriculture), Rick Otis (EPA Deputy Associate Administrator,Office of Policy Economics and Innovation) and Bob Lohn (NOAA Fisheries Regional Administrator). Attached is Bill’s written testimony, which was submitted for the record on behalf of the Alliance. Posted to KBC 9/2/06

Dan Keppen, Executive Director Family Farm Alliance, oral testimony to House Subcommittee on Water and Power, posted to KBC 7/8/05






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