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Upper Mid Klamath Watershed Council

Upper Mid Klamath Watershed Council
Chairperson: Robert Walker
Vice-Chairperson: Jerry Bacigalupi

Non-profit sponsor: Northern California Resource Center
P.O. Box 342
Fort Jones, CA 96032

Larry Alexander: (530)-468-2888
lalexander@sisqtel.net

George Jennings: (530)-468-2888
gjennings@sisqtel.net

Please take our survey.

The Upper Mid Klamath Watershed Council's Mission is to inspire and facilitate community involvement for both public and private property protection and enhancement in the Klamath River watershed that will support fishery, watershed health, community and economic development, fire management, recreation, and other outdoor pursuits.

(The region of the Upper Mid-Klamath Watershed Council is the portion of the Klamath River Watershed from Cade Mountain on the west to the Oregon border, and Siskiyou Mountain Ridgeline on the North, and southerly to the Cities of Yreka and Montague) Over the past several months the Upper Mid-Klamath Watershed Council (UMKWC) Board has received numerous comments, concerns, and questions regarding the issue of dam removal and/or fish passage on the Klamath River. One of the objectives of the UMKWC is to provide communities within the UMKWC area a forum for outreach and education. Whether or not the decision is made for dam removal (or alternative mitigation) IT WILL AFFECT ALL OF SISKIYOU COUNTY'S CITIZENS AND PROPERTY OWNERS. The UMKWC believes that any decisions made regarding the existing dams on the Klamath River be based on the best scientific research and data available, and strongly supports the idea that as the investigative process proceeds a neutral scientific peer group be established to review all scientific data that is developed regarding the dam issue. The UMKWC also desires that Siskiyou County government take the lead in the dam planning process and assist the community in responding to the many expressed questions and concerns.

The purpose of this survey is to gather input and summarize the concerns of the citizens and landowners for a presentation to the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors.

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RESEARCH:
Sugar Creek Water Yield Study
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES PROVIDED TO:

Scott River Cooperative Restoration Area

Scott Valley and Shasta Valley Watermaster District

FIRE SAFE COUNCILS
French Creek Fire Safe Council

Projects

CWPP

Greater Lake Shastina Fire Safe Council

Quartz Valley Area Fire Safe Council

Rattlesnake Creek Fire Safe Council

Scott Bar Fire Safe Council

Scott Valley Fire Safe Council

Scott River Watershed Coalition of Fire Safe Councils

Seiad Fire Safe Council

Yreka Area Fire Safe Council

CWPP

Useful Fire Safe Tips and Links

Fire Safe Council Videos

Additional Organizational Sponsorships

Scott Valley Film Coalition

Upper Mid Klamath Watershed Council

Siskiyou Biomass Utilization Group

Scott River Cooperative Restoration Area

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