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Roundtable: A Final Step Looms for the Largest-Ever Dam Removal
Tuesday, March 01, 2022, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM EDT
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A Final Step Looms for the Largest-Ever Dam Removal 

River Management Roundtable 
March 1, 2022
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Join us for a discussion about the next, final step that will make way for the largest dam removal in U.S. history! Karuk Tribe Natural Resources Policy Consultant Craig Tucker will provide his perspective on the 2023 removal of four PacifiCorp Dams on the Klamath River that have blocked salmon and steelhead migration for over 100 years. This multiple dam removal will open over 400 miles of the river and tributaries to spawning and rearing by Chinook salmon, coho salmon and steelhead trout. It will also redefine recreation and restore a core connection to nature for the Karuk and Yurok tribes.

Learn more in a recent article in the RMS Journal titled "Hope on the Horizon -- Klamath Dams to Come Down Next Year" by Craig Tucker (p. 14).


Craig Tucker

 Craig Tucker and Suits and Signs Consulting provides professional advocacy and campaign planning services to tribes, local governments, and non-profits working to protect watersheds and advance the principles of social justice. Craig's career in advocacy began after earning an advanced science degree then realizing that data alone will not address the social and environmental crises many communities struggle with every day.



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About RMS River Management Roundtables

Each month, the River Management Society hosts virtual conversations with professional river, greenway, and water trails leaders, planners, and managers whose community, region, state and federal river will benefit from the experiences of peer-to-peer sharing. Our goal is to facilitate an open forum to support your work managing rivers. We work together to tackle common issues by asking questions, sharing solutions and building comradery.