‘Biggest Salmon Restoration Project In History’: Draft EIS Says Removing Klamath Dams Will Provide ‘Significant Benefits’ For Fish

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has issued a draft environmental impact statement that says removing four Klamath River dams would provide significant benefits for spring and summer chinook salmon, coho salmon and suckers by freeing up 255 miles of river habitat upstream of the dams. Coho salmon are listed as threatened under the federal Endangered Species Act.

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