Blue-Green Algae Map
The Klamath River from Copco Reservoir to the estuary is posted
Klamath River below Trinity- Orange
Klamath River above Trinity and Tributaries- Yellow
The Klamath Basin Monitoring Program facilitates the coordination and implementation of water quality monitoring in support of the stewardship, protection, and restoration of all beneficial uses within the Klamath River watershed, with the ultimate goal of restoring water quality. Learn More
Emergency Flow Release of 3400 cfs from Lewiston to start today at 10 am
September 16th, 2014- Be safe on the river! Flows increased to improve conditions for salmon in lower Klamath River. Press release.
Regional Fires Continue to Grow
September 9th, 2014- Happy Camp and 790 Fire keep smoke in the Klamath Basin.
Kokanee Salmon Die Off in Lewiston Reservoir
September 2nd, 2014- Thousands of dead juvenile salmon dead, possibly entrained in Trinity Dam intake due to low cold water pool.
California Legislature Sends Groundwater Regulation Bills to Governor
September 2nd, 2014- Bills would regulate groundwater pumping in CA for first time.
Judge Rules in Favor of Trinity River Emergency Flows
August 27th, 2014- Central Valley Irrigators temporary restraining order denied by judge.
Scott River Salmon Rescue Draws Attention from National News
August 25th, 2014- Effort to rescue and relocate coho salmon draws ABC's Nightline crew.
Disease All Too Common in Juvenile Klamath Salmon
August 25th, 2014- New report documents greater than 75% infection rate in Klamath River juvenile chinook salmon.
USBR to Release Additional Water to Supplement Flows in the Lower Klamath River
August 22nd, 2014- Releases on Trinity River to start on 8/23 with one day pulse on 8/25.
Jerry Brown, Democrats and Republicans Agree on CA Water Bond
August 15th, 2014- $7.5 billion water bond to appear on Nov. 4th ballot.
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