Gov. Schwarzenegger in Salem signing Klamath bill

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KGW TV News reports,“Longtime adversaries in the Klamath Basin water wars gathered in the Oregon Capitol Rotunda to sign two landmark agreements Thursday. One lays out a roadmap for removing four hydroelectric dams from the Klamath River in Southern Oregon and Northern California. The other details how to share water between fish and farms and restore the ecological balance of the basin. The governors of Oregon and California, the U.S. Secretary of Interior, and leaders of PacifiCorp, Indian tribes, fishing and conservation groups, and farmers signed the documents at ceremonies starting at 10 a.m. Thursday.” Continue reading.

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  • buysoftwquire2010


    We do guarantee that all programs are 100% fully working OEM versions – no demos or trial versions


  • Just Saying

    It seems that just about everybody – Native Americans, the farmers, the environmentalists, the fish, etc. – all get something out of this deal. – all except for Pacific Power rate payers which also must be protected from not only higher electricity rates for replacement power, but also from paying for the costs of any dam removal the eco-zealots want. Anything less for ratepayers and the deal needs to be rejected.

  • Pinkie

    The water better flow to these farms forever now. NO EXCEPTIONS!

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