The Klamath Settlement 

Weighing the pros and cons of a proposal to end the crisis on our most important river

The troubles on the Klamath River are much older than the 2002 fish kill, and they continue to this day. But seven years ago, when as many as 70,000 Chinook and coho washed up dead on the banks of the river, a…

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