Long Range Plan For The Klamath River Basin Conservation Area Fishery Restoration Program


The success of the Klamath River Basin Fishery Restoration Program will depend in large measure on the extent to which the Klamath River Basin Fisheries Task Force can draw upon the good will and relevant authority of all interested parties. The long-range policies of the Klamath Fishery Management Council and the fish management plans of the Basin's Indian tribes will, for example, be recognized and, to the extent practical, embraced in this plan. Because the Task Force welcomes the fullest cooperative involvement of all interested parties, it wishes to make clear that nothing in this plan is intended to affect the jurisdiction or rights of any Indian tribe.

Provenance: Contributed to Sipnuuk Food Security Collection by Arielle Halpern, doctoral student in the Department of Integrative Biology at UC Berkeley, in association with research for her dissertation-in-progress: Effects of Prescribed Fire on Tanoak Associated Plant Assemblages and Karuk Cultural Use Species

Rights: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service