This will be a quick post, but an important one to help keep your cranium sharp. I'm going to use some logic here, so pay close attention.
Question: Will more water or less water be required if all four dams are removed along the Klamath River to meet EPA regulations for fish habitat?
If your answer is more, you are correct. So then what does that mean for water in the Upper Klamath Lake and for on-project Farmers?
Like I said, this was a quick post — but an important one. Don't believe all you are being sold about KBRA = Jobs. KBRA is tied to the KHSA. What it really means is jobs for environmentalists, government bureaucrats and attorneys, not for farmers or fishermen.