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It's another court victory for Klamath Salmon but court-ordered flows are not assured
by Felice Pace
This report questions the timing, amount and motivation for recent Klamath River flow increases provided by the US Bureau of Reclamation and whether the irrigation agency intends to faithfully implement the recent federal court order calling for increased flows to mitigate the River's salmon disease epidemic. It reviews the history of corrupt federal ESA and water management in the Klamath River Basin and identifies what two endangered sucker fish most need but are not getting. The report calls on the people of the Klamath River to be vigilant and engaged in order to to make sure the US Bureau of Reclamation faithfully and fully complies with the court order.

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