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  Klamath ESA DVD
On July 17, 2004, Loggers, Farmers, Ranchers, Scientists, Settlers, Indian Tribes, Coastal Fishermen, Congressmen, and Government Agencies, came together to examine the Endangered Species Act, the ESA.
     You will see farms and fishing boats, wildlife and wildfires, tears and destruction.
     You will hear prayers, speeches, testimonies, questions by Congressmen and answers of witnesses.
     Join the rally, march, speeches, and entire Oversight Field Hearing on the Endangered Species Act 30 Years Later: The Klamath Project, before the Subcommittee on Water and Power of the Committee on Resources,  U.S. House of Representatives.
HERE for more information and pamphlet contents.

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 more information

"Democracy"  click here
  (audio from
 film by
Paul Christy, WWII veteran homesteader.)

One Water
One Basin
One People

Tears & Heroes
2001 Revisited

A film in progress
By Anders Tomlinson

Includes excerpts from
several projects as seen at
the Ross Ragland Theater,
February 9, 2002

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Book showcases people
 who work the land
(Larry)Turner said his shots have been collected over the years during his Western travels. Of special interest are several shot in the Paisley area - one shows veterinarian Rich Long riding on a cattle drive at the ZX Ranch, while others feature Paisley saddlemaker Len Babb, ZX rancher Martin Murphy and ranch manager Dick Mecham. "


Reading up "Grit, Guts and Glory: Portrait of the West," compiled and edited by C.J. Hadley, is $39.95 hardback. It is not available in paperback. Hadley, the editor of Range Magazine, will be honored in January as Westerner of the Year by the Western Ranchers Beef Cooperative. Copies of "Grit" are available from Larry Turner at 723-6041.

The highly praised recently released book "The Romance and Reality of Ranching", published by Range Magazine and Purple Coyote Corporation, in addition to the coffee table book "Shasta Reflections", are now available.

Malin photographer/writer Larry Turner is featured in both books.  A Turner photography exhibit will accompany the Ross Ragland event.  The exhibit continues through January 4, 2004.
     "Shasta Reflections" is a stunning photographic essay by Turner, Jane English and John Jackson, accompanied by the writings of Renee Casterline.  Several Klamath Basin characters, including Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair director Cindy Wright, are featured in the books writings.
     Range Magazine publisher C.J. Hadley compiled and edited the ranching book.
     At the book signing, Turner will also have available the 2004 Klamath County Calendar.
     Books, calendars may be purchased by contacting Turner at 541-723-6041 or by e-mail at
skiturn789@yahoo.com.  The Shasta book is $24.95, The Romance and Reality of Ranching $29.95 and the Klamath County Calendar $10.  Add $3.50 for shipping if necessary.



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