Final fall, following a 20-year marketing campaign led by tribal organizers, the federal authorities ordered the removing of 4 dams on the Klamath River, which flows from Oregon to California. These dams have prevented the river’s salmon from swimming upstream to spawn for nearly a century.

The dams will probably be passed by subsequent 12 months, however now the salmon, together with endangered coho, face a renewed risk from farther upstream. Tribal nations say the choice to scale back water stream on the Klamath “has extra to do with potatoes than it does fish.”

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