Grady Lavawolf 
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Re: “Feds Announce New Klamath Accord to Remove Dams by 2020

Yes, yes, and YES! again.

Can't wait to see "my" river running clean and free again. Come on winter floods and wash away the trash, the arrogance too long now heaped along your banks, mighty Klamath River!

For way too long now the wishes and profits of a few have damed this river's natural flow, nearly drove to extinction all her native fish and riparian wildlife, turned what was once a world class salmon fishing river system into a salmonid desert, thus effectively "Appalachian'izing" the entire region. That soon now will be a thing of the past...as with most human folly.

More bears! More fish! More Bald Eagles! My dogs, your dogs, can now safely swim in and drink from the Klamath! The fish will be wholesome to eat again.

It's only fitting; with "Journey", "OR-7", and his mate and their litters safely ensconced just North of us now that the wolf's traditional hunting territory gets blessed with an even more nourishing river...ah'woooo!

And, yes I do bring my animals in at night.
And, I do put my recyclables and garbage out in bear proof containers that are regularly collected so that my presence here in this magical landscape is not seen as a blight by others wishing to visit, or live here.

Either love this place, cherish it for it's world-over uniqueness, wildness, and year-round beauty, or leave and go somewhere else.

Yes, yes, and YES! again to the real Wild & Scenic Klamath River's return

Grady Lavawolf

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Posted by Grady Lavawolf on 03/01/2016 at 9:51 AM

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