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Tell the Bureau of Reclamation to Release Trinity Water to Avert a Klamath River fish kill
Hoopa Valley Tribe
Comments due on July 27th This year over 380,000 salmon are predicted to go up the Klamath River. This dream run of salmon could became a nightmare if there is not enough water to support the large run. Salmon returning to spawn are in desperate need for clean, cold water. Please support the Bureau’s current proposal to release up to 92,000 acre-feet of water to supplement flows in the Lower Klamath River, and ask that they also analyze additional flows from the Klamath River to support salmon that go up the Klamath beyond the Trinity.

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