An overview of the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement (KBRA) and the Klamath Hydroelectric Settlement Agreement (KHSA), from the perspective of the Yurok Tribe.
These historic and controversial agreements set the stage for the largest dam removal effort in world history. This video attempts to clarify some of the issues.
The Yurok Tribe is one of the last remaining tribes in the Pacific Northwest with a vibrant and viable salmon culture. They have a hard-earned legal right for both subsistence and commercial salmon fishing.
The health of the tribe is directly connected to the health of the river. Removing the dams is the most significant act possible for restoring the balance to the Klamath River system.