Press Clips Archive
Going for the green, Gazette-Times, Oct. 31, 2009
The removal of the Rogue River dams didn’t just help restore the river, it helped create green jobs in a down economy.
Removal of Oregon Dam Allows Reopening of 500 Miles of Salmon Spawning Habitat10/14/2009, Bureau of National Affairs, Tom Alkire. An article on the process leading up to the removal of Savage Rapids Dam.
The Return of a Wild River10/13/09 The Oregonian, Editorial Board. Editorial on the removal of Savage Rapids and the significance of the accomplishment.
Rogue River Freed Of Savage Rapids Dam10/12/2009 OPB News, April Baer. Transcript of a report on Bob Hunter and WaterWatch’s work to remove Savage Rapids Dam.
Green News Roundup: Giving a Dam10/12/09 Mother Nature Network. Article on the dam removal and float-through of Savage Rapids.
Removing dam was 21-year upriver fight for WaterWatch lawyer10/11/09 Mail Tribune, Paul Fattig. Profile on WaterWatch’s Bob Hunter and his 21-year fight to remove Savage Rapids dam.
Free at last: With dam breached, Rogue flows freely for first time in nearly a century10/10/09 Daily Courier, Jeff Duewel.
Oregon dam’s demise lets the Rogue River run10/10/09 Los Angeles Times, Kim Murphy. Article on the process leading to the removal of Savage Rapids Dam.
Dam breaching celebrated on famed Rogue River10/9/09 Daily Courier/AP Jeff Barnard. Coverage of WaterWatch’s Oct. 9th flotilla through the former Savage Rapids Dam.
Savage Rapids return to Rogue10/10/09 Mail Tribune, Mark Freeman. Articles with comments from witnesses of the removal of Savage Rapids Dam.
Fish advocate: Rogue’s new route ‘pretty darn thrilling’10/9/09 Mail Tribune, Mark Freeman. Article documenting the breaching of the Savage Rapid’s coffer dam.
Today the Rogue River runs free again at former dam site10/9/09 Oregonian, Matthew Preusch. Article on the removal of the coffer dam at Savage Rapids and WaterWatch’s flotilla.
88 years later, dam makes way10/9/09 Mail Tribune, Mark Freeman. Article on the planning for the removal of the coffer dam at Savage Rapids.
Savage Rapids Dam will not be standing for long10/09/09 Daily Courier, Jeff Duewel. Article on the breaching of Savage Rapids Dam.
Reservoir drainage begins10/5/09 Mail Tribune, Mark Freeman. Article on the removal of the Savage Rapid coffer dam and the likely results of the removal.
Gold Ray Dam removal bids hit right note9/14/09 Mark Freeman, Mail Tribune. Article on the budget and timetable for removing Gold Ray Dam.
The Klamath River: Will dam removal be enough to help fish?9/9/09 Oregonian, Ani Kame’enui and Bob Hunter, guest opinion. Opinion article by WaterWatch and Oregon Wild staff on the removal of Savage Rapids Dam on the Rogue and the negotiations on the removal of the Klamath dams.
GPID transfers power right to instream water right for site of Savage Rapids Dam8/14/09 KDRV Amy Sienicki. Video and article on the GPID transfer of power rights to an instream water right.
Sediment tests aid removal of Gold Ray Dam8/7/09 Mail Tribune, Mark Freeman. Article on the preliminary results of sediment testing from Gold Ray Dam.
Bids go out for Gold Ray Dam removal7/24/09 Mail Tribune, Mark Freeman. Jackson County officials say they will know in four weeks whether Gold Ray Dam can be removed from the Rogue River by the end of 2010.Scientists test sediment behind dam7/15/09 Mail Tribune, Mark Freeman. Article on sediment sampling behind Gold Ray dam in preparation for dam removal.Our View: Water bill looms as accomplishment for ’09 Legislature7/14/09 East Oregonian, Our View. Editorial on HB 3369 which, if signed by Governor Kulongoski, will protect streamflows in the Columbia River for migrating fish and help recharge declining aquifers in the Umatilla Basin while augmenting streamflows in the Umatilla River.Fishy stimulus money7/2/2009 Oregon Business Magazine, High Five. Article on the announcement from NOAA that $5 million from the federal stimulus package will fund removal of Gold Ray Dam.Making the river wild again7/3/2009 Mail Tribune, Opinion. Opinion piece on the need for expediency in removing Gold Ray Dam.Stimulus money to fund possible Gold Ray Dam removal7/1/2009 KDRV Newswatch 12, Ron Brown & Associated Press. Article on the announcement from NOAA that $5 million from the federal stimulus package will fund removal of Gold Ray Dam with quotes from Commissioner Dave Gilmour and ODFW biologist Dan VanDyke.$5 million made available for taking out Gold Ray Dam7/1/2009 Mail Tribune, Paul Fattig. Article on the announcement from NOAA that $5 million from the federal stimulus package will fund removal of Gold Ray Dam with quotes from Commissioner Gilmour, Bob Hunter and John Vial.Riffles: Saving the Klamath Basin Ecosystem7/2009 Fly Fisherman Magazine, John RandolphDissecting the Klamath7/2009 Fly Fisherman Magazine, Steve PederyStimulus money pays for Rogue River dam removal6/30/2009 Mail Tribune, Paul Fattig. Article on the announcement from NOAA that $5 million from the federal stimulus package will fund removal of Gold Ray Dam with a quote from Commissioner Dave Gilmour.Coast Restoration Projects Provide Better Habitat And Jobs6/30/2009 OPB News, Rob Manning. Report on the Pacific Northwest projects NOAA is funding through the federal stimulus package – including funding for the study and removal of Gold Ray Dam.Stimulus money pays for Rogue River dam removal6/30/2009 Associated Press. Article on the announcement by Commerce Sec. Gary Locke that $5 million of federal stimulus money will go to the removal of Gold Ray Dam.Commerce Secretary Gary Locke Announces $167 Million in Recovery Act Funding for 50 Coastal Restoration Projects6/30/2009 NOAA. Announcement from NOAA that $5 million from the federal stimulus package will fund removal of Gold Ray Dam.Stimulus money will go towards Rogue River dam removal6/30/09 The Oregonian, Matthew Preusch. Article on the announcement that $5 million in grant money from NOAA will fund removal of Gold Ray Dam as part of the federal stimulus package.Savage Rapids Lesson: Removing Dams No Easy Task6/24/09 OPB News/Jefferson Public Broadcasting, Jessica Robinson. Interview with WaterWatch’s Bob Hunter on the removal of Savage Rapids Dam.Aquifer recharge bill advances to Ways and Means Committee6/23/09 Capital Press, Mitch Lies. Summary of the 2009 Oregon House Bill, 3369 and its companion bills that allow for aquifer storage in the Umatilla Basin and will assist in developing a statewide water management plan.Savage Rapids Dam deconstruction takes break for fish6/22/09 Associated Press. Update on the progress of the removal of Savage Rapids Dam.Bills to protect environment derailed by finances6/15/09 Statesman Journal, Beth Casper and Stefanie Knowlton. A review of the 2009 environmental legislation in Oregon.Say goodbye to the Savage Rapids Dam6/9/2009 KATU, Staff. Video and article of the removal of Savage Rapids Dam.Big rigs ripping out concrete6/9/09 Daily Courier, Jeff Duewel Article on the time line for the removal of Savage Rapids Dam.Savage Rapids Dam demolition update6/8/09 News Watch 12, Ron Brown Video on the removal of the first section of Savage Rapids Dam.Audio: The Econews Report6/4/09 KHSU-FM 90.5, Econews Report, Greg King Interview with WaterWatch’s Bob Hunter on our Free the Rogue Campaign and work in the Klamath Basin.’09 Legislature enters homestretch, and region is watching6/3/09 Bend Bulletin, Nick BudnickDemolition of Savage Rapids Dam begins6/3/09 Mail Tribune, Mark FreemanENVIRONMENT-US: Free-Flowing Rivers Back in Vogue5/26/09 Inter Press Service, Matthew BergerUpper Klamath water rights issue settled5/22/09 The Times-Standard, John DriscollGPID flips switch on new pumps5/12/09 Grants Pass Daily Courier, Jeff DuewelRemoval of Rogue dam spells end of bitter battle4/7/09 AP, Jeff BarnardWater fight brewing4/6/09 Bend Bulletin, Nick Budnick. Bulletin article on the plan to divert water from the Deschutes River into Tumalo Reservoir to allow for increased groundwater pumping.Water-management bills debated4/4/09 Statesman Journal, Stefanie Knowlton. Article on proposed cuts to Oregon Water Resources Department and SB 193, 194, 740, 787 and 788.Beginning of end for landmark dam4/3/2009 Grants Pass Daily Courier, Jeff Duewel. Article on the removal of Savage Rapids Dam.Another Dam Bites the Dust4/2/09 Natural Oregon, Dennis Newman. Blog post on the removal of Savage Rapids and Gold Ray Dams on the Rogue River.Legislative “Odd Couple” Tackles Water Issues3/36/09 OPB News, Chris Lehman. Report on Representatives Bob Jenson and Jefferson Smith’s work in the Umatilla Basin.Stimulus spurs county on Gold Ray Dam removal3/22/09 Mail Tribune, Mark Freeman. Jackson County officials plan to seek $5 million from the federal stimulus package to help fast-track the possible removal of 105-year-old Gold Ray Dam from the Rogue River as early as the summer of 2010.A Drop In The Bucket: Critics say state water laws won’t protect Metolius if resorts proceed3/18/09 The Source Weekly, Alexandra Arch. Article on the Metolius resort controversy.Rough debut for Columbia water bill2/19/09 Capital Press, Mitch Lies. Article on the “son of Oasis”, House Environment and Water Committee hearing HB 2406 on Tuesday Feb. 17th, 2009.Senate OKs surcharge for Klamath dam removal2/17/09 Oregonian, Matt Preusch and Ted Sickinger. Article on the passage of Oregon SB 76 on the 2% surcharge on Oregon ratepayers of Pacific Power for the removal of four Klamath River Dams.Metolius resort may face water snag2/14/09 Nick Budnick, Bend Bulletin. Article on the Ponderosa Land and Cattle Co.’s water proposed water permits in the Metolius basin.Bill would pass cost of Klamath Dam removal to ratepayers2/3/09 Oregonian, Matthew Preusch. Article on the Oregon state senate’s Environment and Natural Resources committee hearing on Senate Bill 76.Water districts compete for a big drink from the Clackamas River With population growth coming down the pipe, communities look to the future9/22/08 Oregonian, Yuxing Zheng. Article on the South Fork Water Board’s and WaterWatch’s protests of the Clackamas water right permit extensions.A creek runs through it9/14/08 Mail Tribune, Mark Freeman. Article on the return of Elk Creek to its original channel.Smart Water Usage: Methods Abound for Prudent Management8/22/08 Statesman Journal, Stefanie Knowlton. Article on easy steps to save money and water when landscape planning.Gold Hill Celebrates Dam RemovalKTVL article on the removal of Gold Hill Dam on the Rogue River.End of a controversial dam7/16/08 Mail Tribune, Mark Freeman. Article on the notching of Elk Creek Dam on the Rogue River tributary.Gold Hill Diversion Dam Removal: An Accomplishment to CelebrateOn July 16, 2008 at 10:00 AM WaterWatch joins partners in celebrating the removal of the Gold Hill Diversion Dam Removal. This Cement Diversion Dam is the second greatest barrier to fish passage in the Rogue River.Blasting of Elk Creek Dam will beginOregonian story about the blasting of Elk Creek Dam on the tributary of the Rogue River near Medford. The notching of the dam will help salmon in the Rogue River.Farewell, Gold Hill diversion damMail Tribune article on the celebration of the removal of the Gold Hill Dam on the Rogue River.Feds tell irrigators Klamath salmon need more waterAg Weekly/AP article on NOAA Fisheries Service evaluation of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation’s plan for the distribution of water in the Klamath River.Salmon runs on Rogue expected to revive once dams come downOregonian article by Matthew Preusch on the impact of dam removals and notching on the salmon in the Rogue River.Rogue River dams to come down Groundwater mitigation: Not all state’s streams are faring equallyBend Bulletin opinion article by Kimberley Priestley of WaterWatch on the Deschutes Groundwater Mitigation Plan.State Needs Innovative, Aggressive Water SolutionsOpinion piece by Peter Gleick of the Pacific InstituteThe End of an EraMail Tribune article on the last irrigation season for Savage Rapids Dam.Un-Damming Elk Creek: Controversial Rogue River dam to make way for salmonEugene Weekly article on the notching of the incomplete Elk Creek Dam on the Rogue River.NEC weighs stance on Klamath agreementTimes-Standard article on the position of the Northcoast Environmental Center on the draft Klamath settlement proposal.New dam proposals restart 1970s-era fightsClimateWire article on the relationship between climate change concerns and water storage practices in California.Sorting through our salmon mysteryOregonian commentary by Tim Harmon, president of Tradewinds Charters, on the impact of Klamath Basin policies on salmon populations off the Oregon coast.Don’t rush toward flawed Klamath dealTimes-Standard opinion article by Steve Pedery of Oregon Wild and Bob Hunter of WaterWatch on the draft Klamath settlement proposal.Water trade-off bolsters riversBend Bulletin article on the evaluation of the Deschutes Groundwater Mitigation Program.Oregon consortium to evaluate Umatilla Basin aquifer recoveryCBB article on the feasibility study of the Umatilla aquifer as authorized by SB 1069.Feds failed salmon on delta water pumping, judge saysOregonian article on the federal court ruling on increasing pumping of water from the Sacramento River Delta.EndangeredNewsweek article on the state of Oregon’s salmon-fishing industry.The Trouble With SalmonNew York Times editorial about the decision of the federal government to shut down commercial salmon fishing along the California coast to north-central Oregon.Lawmakers aren’t so easy to pigeonholeOpinion article on urban and rural accomplishments in the Oregon legislature.Coastal voices: As it stands, river pact won’t protect fishOpinion article on the draft Klamath settlement proposal.Exciting Progress in Removing Fish KillerOWEB reports on the Savage Rapids Dam Removal Project.Future of Gold Ray Dam up in airMail Tribune article on the Gold Ray Dam.Oregon OKs water shortage bill; includes Columbia/Umatilla recharge studyColumbia Basin Fish & Wildlife News Bulletin article on the Agriculture and Community Water ActA legal victory for the DeschutesA Bend Bulletin editorial on the Swalley Irrigation District’s plan to pipe part of a leaking canal.A region’s vitality, melting awayArticle on the impact of the melting of Mt. Hood’s glaciers.Another View: Fish are key to deal on KlamathOpinion column by Hoopa Valley Tribe’s Chairman Lyle Marshall regarding the draft Klamath settlement proposal.A new test for Oregon’s salmon planEditorial on the re-listing of Oregon’s coastal coho.Farmers float aquifer idea to quench their thirstOregonian article about Umatilla farmers proposing using water from the Columbia River to recharge aquifers.Walden cuts pressure for fast action on water pactHerald and News editorial on the draft Klamath settlement proposal.Water shortage back before lawmakersArticle on the proposed Umatilla basin aquifer storage plan.Klamath Basin settlement is far from a done dealAn editorial in the Redding Record Searchlight on the draft Klamath settlement proposal.Maybe we can turn the clock backDaily Astorian editorial regarding the draft Klamath settlement proposal.Evaluating the Klamath Restoration Proposal:Can it end Klamath conflicts & get dams out?Indybay article on the draft Klamath settlement proposal.A deal on Klamath’s damsArticle in the San Francisco Chronicle on the draft Klamath settlement proposal.A Klamath settlement that isn’tOp-ed from the Oregonian on the draft Klamath settlement proposal.Deal Would Remove Klamath River DamsAssociated Press article on the draft Klamath settlement proposal.Deal afoot to alter Klamath for usersArticle in the Oregonian on the draft Klamath settlement proposal.Dam removal key to Klamath pact successArticle on the draft Klamath settlement proposal.Klamath water deal reachedLA Times article re: Tribes, farmers and others draw up a plan to remove dams and revive dwindling salmon populations.Klamath groups offer plan for removing dams to help salmonAssociated Press article on the draft Klamath settlement proposal.Groups Want to Remove Dams for SalmonAssociated Press article on the removal of four dams on the Klamath River.Groups offer plan for removing dams on Oregon’s Klamath River to help salmon populationOregonian (AP) article regarding draft Klamath settlement proposal.Legislature’s Feb. session to seek more water for rural OregonAssociated Press article on the Oregon Legislature’s proposal to establish aquifer storage areas in eastern Oregon.Bringing closure to the Klamath conflictAn Oregonian op-ed regarding Klamath Basin solutions by Jim McCarthy of Oregon Wild and Bob Hunter of WaterWatch.Let science guide dam removal, professors sayArticle on professors Jeffrey Mount and Peter Moyle’s letter to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service about Klamath dams.Fish benefit of a Klamath pact questionedSacrmento Bee story about the ongoing Klamath settlement talks.Negotiating the KlamathOregonian article about the ongoing Klamath settlement talks.Klamath Basin report sparks differing interpretationsArticle on the National Research Council’s report on the Klamath River.FERC ignores salmon mandates, recommends keeping Klamath damsAssociated Press article on FERC recommending to keep PacifiCorp’s four hydroelectric dams.Judge recommends higher electric rates for Klamath irrigatorsAssociated Press article on the possibility of Klamath basin irrigators paying more than 0.6 cents per kilowatt hour for electricity.Governor Stresses need to store more waterArticle on Gov. Kulongoski exploring water storage options in the Umatilla Basin.Stuck in denial as the river runs dryOregonian article by Steve Duin on climate change and water scarcity.Troubled Waters, Part III: The settlement talks — path to a solution or political fix?Third of a three part series on the Klamath River Basin.Troubled Waters, Part II: Klamath farmers see themselves in the crosshairsSecond of a three part series on the Klamath River Basin.Troubled Waters, Part I: The Klamath River MessFirst of a three-part series on the Klamath River Basin.Local fish interests go to D.C. to ask for a waiverBend Bulletin article on the request for a delay in penalties for killing steelhead during reintroduction.Triple threat to ag: Development, restoration, climate issues mountCapital Press article discussing a recent Family Farm Alliance report titled “Water Supply in a Changing Climate.”Water Crisis Squeezes California’s EconomyChristian Science Monitor article on the federal court ruling predicted to impact agriculture in California.Bidding Set to Close for 82 Acres Near SandyOregonian article on the sale of forestland for residential development along U.S. 26 in Brightcove, OR.Water WarsStreet Roots article about Klamath Basin water issues.Drifting on the KlamathEugene Register-Guard editorial responding to Senator Gordon Smith’s opinion of the state of Klamath Basin.Discord threatens Klamath River water talksArticle in the Sacramento Bee on Klamath River water talks.Senator’s comments on salmon criticizedArticle in the Eugene Register-Guard on Senator Gordon Smith’s comments on the Klamath River salmon kill in 2002.Piping project could help fish return to Middle DeschutesBend Bulletin article about the Tumalo Irrigation District’s plan to pipe open canals.Water war pits urban vs. ruralCapital Press article on the competing demand for water in Oregon’s economies.The Fight for WaterOregon Business Magazine looks at current water issues and water politics in the Oregon LegislatureCheney Role in Water Policy ExploredThe Interior Department’s inspector general found no political interference by Vice President Cheney leading up to the Klamath fish-kill in part because investigators were not looking for it, an Interior official told lawmakers yesterday.Investigators not told about Cheney contact, official saysArticle about the July 31st, 2007 Full House Natural Resources Committee oversight hearing: “Crisis Of Confidence: The Political Influence Of The Bush Administration On Agency Science And Decision-Making.”Did Cheney interfere with Endangered Species Act?Christian Science Monitor article on the investigation into the involvement of Vice President Cheney in the formulation of the Klamath River basin 10-year water plan.Marmot Dam explodes into souvenir bitsOregonian article on the removal of the Marmot Dam on the Sandy River.House approves Oregon water, conservation projectsAP article on the House approving the Oregon Water Resources Management Act.Irrigation Empire: Water could someday be treated like a commodityOmaha World-Herald article on water shortages for agriculture in the U.S.Tear it out?: Study will determine the future of Gold Ray Dam, which officials say is no longer practicalArticle on the “pre-feasibility” study of the removal of the Gold Ray Dam.Savage Rapids Dam could be removed a year earlyAP article on the construction of a pumping station allowing for Savage Rapids Dam to be removed early.Drain the Klamath of its ugly politicsOregonian article by Steve Pedery, Conservation Director of Oregon Wild, on the politics behind the Klamath Basin.Clock ticks for Savage Rapids DamMail Tribune article on the removal plan for Savage Rapids Dam.Dems: Investigate Cheney for role in salmon die-offAP article on the call for a hearing to investigate Vice President Cheney’s role in the 2002 die-offSince You Asked: The well ain’t dry, but source is all wetMail Tribune article about Oregon House Bill 2564.Fields of conflict in the KlamathActivists say farmers are poised to solidify their presence in the basin’s federal wildlife refuges.Dropping rural Oregon groundwater levels causing concernsAP article on the Deschutes basin water resources and exempt private wells in Oregon.A showdown looms on the Clackamas River over drinking waterLake Oswego Review article on the effect of Senate Bill 3038 on the Clackamas River.How much water flows? Who knows?Register-Guard article on House Bill 2564 and 2566.Budget boosts Savage Rapids workMail Tribune article on President Bush’s budget including funding for Savage Rapids Dam removal.Bill would give away more Columbia River waterOregonian article on SB 483, the Oregon Oasis Project.“Bipartisan Support for Renewing Irrigation ActOPB transcript on reauthorizing the Fisheries Restoration and Irrigation Mitigation Act (FRIMA).States join forces for Klamath solutionsEureka Reporter article on the organization of the Klamath River Summit.CAMPAIGN 2006: Proposition 84: Bond would preserve, restore state’s waterwaysSan Francisco Chronicle article on California’s Proposition 84, to fund water projects and restoration.The beginning of the endMail Tribune article on the plan for the removal of Savage Rapids Dam.Wineries go dry, but not how you thinkLocalNewsDaily.com article in the Portland Tribune on dry-farm vinyards.A river runs through themRegister-Guard article on background and the multiple perspectives of Klamath Basin water issues.Dam ruling supports fish on KlamathSacramento Bee article on judicial ruling that increased access to rivers in the Klamath basin would benefit salmon.Judge gives Klamath fish ladders a boostTimes-Standard article on the ruling that fish ladders on four hydroelectric dams in the Klamath Basin would benefit salmon and steelheadUtility will keep fighting against fish ladders over Klamath damsAP article on PacifiCorp’s decision to continue to truck salmon around four dams despite losing the challenge of the science behind the benefit of fish ladders.Timidity will ruin Klamath momentDaily Astorian editorial on FERC considering keeping PacifiCorp’s Klamath basin dams for another 50 years rather than acting to restore salmon habitat.Studies: Dam Removal From River DoableAP article on the studies by California State Coastal Conservancy on the cost of removing four hydroelectric dams in the Klamath Basin.Hydro HogsWillamette Week’s annual list of the Portland area’s biggest residential water consumers.Now save the KlamathRegister-Guard editorial on the impact conditions of the Klamath basin salmon habitat have on the health of the West Coast salmon fisheries.Savage Rapids Dam’s days are numberedMail Tribune article on the plan to remove Savage Rapids Dam.At last, an opening for Klamath salmonOregonian editorial on PacifiCorp’s statement that it is willing to remove dams with conditions to help the utility and ratepayers.Tribes Call for Removal of Dams That Block Journey of SalmonNew York Times article on the Yurok, Karuk and Klamath tribes pushing for the removal of four Klamath basin dams.Money to remove Oregon dam headed for Senate floorAssociated Press article on the Senate Appropriations Committee approving a bill to fund the removal of Savage Rapids Dam.California regulators vote to raise electric rates for Klamath farmsAssociated Press article on the phase-out of electricity subsidies for farmers along the Klamath.Decisions give hope for river’s fish, futureSeattle Times article on federal rulings recommending the addition of fish passages to, or removal of, four dams in the Klamath to increase fish passage.Quiet WatersMail Tribune article on stream surveys in the Rogue Basin.PGE nears deal on damsOregonian article on upgrades to four Clackamas River dams.Court Says River Plan Cheats SalmonNew York Times article on the federal court of appeals ruling to throw out the Bush Administration Klamath Basin plan to phase in higher river flows over ten years.Water board gets earful on pumpingCapital Press article on the October 28th, 2005 Oregon Water Resource Commission briefing on Klamath Basin water issues.Editorial: Final court for fishSac Bee Editorial on the judicial order to rewrite water plans for the Klamath, Columbia and Snake Rivers.Salmon, ranchers win in dealOregonian article on the Lostline River compromise on stream flow.Power, water inextricably linked in KlamathCapital Press article on electricity rates in the Klamath Basin.Water plan falls short, court rulesSF Chronicle article on the federal court of appeals ruling to throw out the Bush Administration Klamath Basin plan to phase in higher river flows over ten years.Water Plan for Klamath Is RejectedLA Times article on the federal court of appeals ruling to throw out the Bush Administration Klamath Basin plan to phase in higher river flows over ten years.Court tosses Bush plan for Klamath waterOregonian article on the federal court of appeals ruling to throw out the Bush Administration Klamath Basin plan to phase in higher river flows over ten years.‘Water bank’ drags river basin deeper into debtHigh Country News article on the Klamath water bank program.PacifiCorp loses challenge of fish ladders over damsAssociated Press article by Jeff Barnard on the ruling that fish ladders on four hydroelectric dams in the Klamath Basin would benefit salmon and steelhead.Profile: One of the West’s most dramatic water battles is heating upNPR Transcript of Jeff Brady’s coverage of Klamath Basin water issues with Bob Hunter of WaterWatch.A utility’s plan to end a longtime power subsidy could mean less water going to agricultureU.S. Water News article on PacifiCorp increasing electricity rates in the Klamath Basin.Officials Say Rules will Limit Groundwater ImpactsHerald & News article on the October 28th, 2005 Oregon Water Resource Commission briefing on Klamath Basin water issues.