All eyes on the river
- There is nothing quite like the Klamath River.
It cannot be reduced to a simple description, or its use defined in a single statement.
The river is complex, for its hydrology and for the people and practices it supports.
Endangered fish, a power company, farmers, American Indian tribes and millions of waterfowl all depend on the Klamath River Basin for survival. The system has, through the years, crumbled under the weight of these different needs, showing nature's fragility.
But despite the strain of conflicting interests on the Klamath, the basin has endured to become a system that renews, provides, functions.
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