1.The Klamath Tribes signed their Treaty in 1864 with the United States of America.
At the time of termination in 1954, the Klamath Tribes were the second wealthiest tribe in the nation.
The Klamath Tribes has a growth rate of over 6000% in the years since Restoration in 1986.
The Klamath Tribes contributes upwards of $25 million dollars into the Klamath County economy each year through goods and services.
The tribes are one of the largest equal-opportunity employers in Klamath County.
Kla-Mo-Ya Casino is the second largest tourist attraction in Klamath County, with approximately 300,000 visitors each year- Second only to Crater Lake National Park.
The Klamath Tribes works directly with a multitude of non-Tribal entities providing Treaty Rights information.
The Tribes employ over 250 taxpaying Klamath County residents.
The Deer population (while in State and Federal control) went from 60 per sq. mile in the 1950’s, to approximately 4 per sq. mile today, in the former reservation area.
The Klamath Tribes operates a Tribal Language program in Klamath County.
The Wocus Lilly, which is Traditional to our people, is indigenous to this area.
The Klamath tribes have a CONSENT DECREE which establishes an agreement between the Tribes, Oregon Dept. of Fish & Wildlife, and the USA for Tribal Treaty Rights.
The Klamath Tribes offer services throughout Klamath County in over 50 different departments and programs.
The Klamath Tribes, if given the opportunity, can help Klamath County rebuild the land and water resources for Everyone’s benefit.