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This is a complete word-for-word transcript taken from videotape

This tour was conducted October 17, 2003 for the purpose of showing local farmers, ranchers, businessmen,
and the Klamath County Commissioners, the Tribal biology and the proposed forest land acquisition. 

#1 Chiloquin tribal building, invocation and introductions

#2 Chairman Foreman's Power Point presentation

#3 Tribal Forester Will Hatcher's presentation

#4 Rick Ward Power Point Presentation, tribal wildlife biologist

#5 Larry Dunsmoor Power Point Presentation, tribal biologist

#6 Questions and Answers following Dunsmoor Power Point

#7  In the woods, explanations by Will Hatcher, Rick Ward, Allen Foreman, Mr Mitchell, and Don Gentry. There were many questions and suggestions by the group regarding forest practice proposals, power generation proposals, cost efficiency, and deer-take practices--spotlighting and poaching.

#8, In the woods, tour stop 2 deer herd talk

#9 In the van, Tribal Resource Specialist Don Gentry in discussion about Termination

#10 Will Hatcher at 3rd forest stop

#11 In the van, Tribal Resource Specialist Don Gentry in discussion about suckers and evaporation

#12 Forest Fire observation

#13 Tribes tell about Sprague history from hill overlooking river.  Willows and "gentlemen farmers".

#14 at the Tribal sucker hatchery


Please note: due to background noise, there could be some possible
errors in interpreting what the speakers were saying. Some things could not be heard.




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