Restoring Annie Creek and the Klamath Basin

Annie Creek runs 15 miles south from its headwaters in Crater Lake National Park to join the Wood River as it flows into Upper Klamath Lake. The upstream portion of Annie Creek is pristine, but the lower reach has been impacted by eight irrigation diversion dams that block fish passage and entrain juvenile fish. This video tells the story of how removing these small irrigation dams and further restoration of the Klamath Basin is likely to show the highest rate of return for native fisheries on the Pacific Coast.
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