The Klamath basin is plagued by PacifiCorp's dams that block salmon from returning home to spawn and endanger community health. Right now, Congress is considering legislation that could un-dam the river, but they need to hear from you. With your support, we can push members of Congress to do what it takes to restore the Klamath!
Land Recovery Critical to the Klamath Tribes The following article released last Friday by the Oregonian is a disappointment to the Klamath Tribal Council and our Water Team. Those that oppose the Klamath Tribes Land recovery simply do not understand the water Agreements negotiated by numerous parties for more than … Continue reading &rarr Read more →
Hello Again Everyone! Just a quick note to share the ” news link” to the Klamath Tribes news segment with KTVL News Channel 10- Just in case you missed it on the 22nd! Click the following link to view the information from three of our tribal members: Natalie … Continue reading &rarr Read more →
According to an April 8, 2015 U.S. Forest Service press release, Richard (Wally) Ochoa, Jr., a veteran member of the Winema Interagency Hotshots, and Klamath Tribal Member, was selected as a recipients of the 2014 Paul Gleason Lead by … Continue reading &rarr Read more →
Waq’li’si – Hello! For more information see attached Tribal Newsletter A Letter from the Chairman Regarding the April 25, 2015 General Council Meeting Dear Klamath Tribal Members, I strongly encourage you to attend the Special General Council … Continue reading &rarr Read more →
“REGULAR” GENERAL COUNCIL MEETING Saturday February 28, 2015 @ 10:00 a.m. Administration bldg. – Auditorium – Chiloquin, OR 10:00 a.m. I. Quorum count, call to order, opening prayer, agenda approval by General Council. General Council Minutes: None – No Quorum for August 16, 2014 Regular … Continue reading &rarr Read more →
2015 General Council Meetings February 28, 2015 @ 10am May 23rd, 2015 @ 10am August 15th, 2015 @ 10am November 14th, 2015 @ 10am Agendas are posted at Tribal Offices and emailed (to those on file with the public information department) 15 days prior … Continue reading &rarr Read more →