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Tribes accuse Forest Service of failing to protect endangered salmon
Dan Bacher
"Despite the fact that the number of days per year that the USFS water right is not met has increased steadily since the 1980 adjudication, the agency has never lodged a complaint with California Water Resources Control Board," The Tribal representatives revealed. Photo: Low flows have been a persistent problem for migrating salmon on the Scott River. This Klamath Riverkeeper photo shows the dewatered Scott River at Hwy 3 near Fort Jones, CA. on Aug 23, 2009.

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