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
Blue-Green Algae Map
No reaches of the Klamath Basin are currently posted
All Rivers- Green
Learn more about fish health and KFHAT
A brief history of restoration programs and coordinating groups in the Klamath Basin and how restoration fits in with the largest proposed dam removal project in the history of the United States.
Restoration efforts in the Upper Klamath Basin were initiated in the 20th century by landowners and agencies such as Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Army Corps of Engineers, U. S. Forest Service, Natural Resource Conservation Service, and others. Some examples of early restoration techniques were fencing used to protect sensitive riparian area, addition and removal of large wood in rivers, installation of levees to reduce flooding, stabilization of active head cuts in waterways, and road drainage systems to reduce erosion.