The Williamson River.
Mark Burdett was forced to move his cattle to greener pastures last week. The cattle are usually sent off in October and would normally each be 150 pounds heavier.
The Copco One dam and it's powerhouse below are the oldest of the four dams that could be removed in the near future.
Don Gentry, chairman of the Klamath Tribes, speaks at Thursday's task force meeting at OIT.
This is one of five pumps on the Sycan River that have been shut off at the Yainix Ranch outside Beatty.
Becky Hyde stands by one of her five pumps on the Sycan River that have been shut off. Hyde will make her way to Washington D.C. next week to look for a solution to the water wars.
Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuges Complex manager Ron Cole said this is the driest the refuge has been in 70 years.
Adam Orford, right, is the attorney for the Mathis Family Trust and Elizabeth Howard is the attorney for upper basin irrigators. They spoke before Klamath County Circuit Court Judge Cameron Wogan Tuesday asking for a stay on water shutoffs due to enforcement of adjudication.
At a press conference Friday afternoon, Senator Ron Wyden addressed the media about the progress of the Klamath Basin Task Force. The senator expects an agreement to be made in October before presenting it to Congress.
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The Klamath Basin Task Force’s
final meeting is scheduled for Oct. 10 in Klamath Falls, although the
government shutdown is likely to
push the timetable back.
Posted: Saturday, October 5, 2013 11:45 pm
Saturday, October 5, 2013 11:45 pm.