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Our Klamath Basin Water Crisis
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Watermarks, Table of Contents
2/15/08, Herald and News publication, to be continued

Page 1,
Watermarks, A Herald and News special report: Part 1
Page 2, An agreement two years in the making
Page 3, Elements of the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement
Page 4, Navigating the Klamath, and Four tribes sharing the river
Page 4A, Klamath Project Timeline 1882-2008
Page 5, From rangeland and lake beds to farmland
Page 6, If not for the Project, what would there be?   and Dams, Canals and Water
Page 7, Proposal calls for removal of four Klamath dams
Page 8, Marshall Staunton: Risk and survival
Page 9, Environmental law has a major influence in the Basin, and Tim Evinger: Policing 2001 Conflicts
Page 10, Klamath Stakeholder groups, Attorneys-No Guarantee, Definitions, What's Next, and Update

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