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Great prime rib dinner last night!

Klamath River & Dams, Rich Marshall, Siskiyou County, Siskiyou Water Users Assoc, Water rights, Water, Resources & Quality, Zinke - DOI Sec 2017

The fundraiser dinner sponsored by the Siskiyou Co. Water Users Assoc. was so good!  Grill Master Dave Tyler did an awesome job on the prime rib, Kathy Tyler and the ladies made three fabulous salads and the potato casserole was scrumptious! There was such a good turn out of about 200 people that they ran out of prime rib. Yep, bummer.

Richard Marshall, president of Siskiyou Water Users, kept the meeting rolling as MC.

Congressman Doug LaMalfa and his rep. Erin Ryan were there. Doug was ripping angry at Acting Deputy Commissioner of the Bureau of Reclamation, Alan Mikkelsen, and he asked us to write letters — right there — to DOI Secretary Ryan Zinke asking him to support saving the four hydro-electric Klamath dams.

Mikkelsen was quoted in the Sacramento Bee last Monday, Oct. 9, 2017 that the BOR would not stand in the way of the non-profit groups and TRIBES that want the dams out. What???? His boss, Secretary Zinke, has been quoted saying that dams shouldn’t be destroyed — they should be built. So which is it?

Or has Mikkelsen made a deal with the Devil!!!

Congressman LaMalfa got us — the audience — on video proclaiming the dams must stay.

Then two different attorneys offered their suggestions on the situation. James Buchal and Larry Kogan have fought ESA and water battles for decades. Some ideas are a bit different.

The Silent Auction was a hit with lots to choose from.

Thank you to all who attended and support SAVING the KLAMATH DAMS !!!!

— Editor Liz Bowen

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Important meetings in Siskiyou County next week

Agriculture - California, Rich Marshall, Siskiyou Water Users Assoc, TEA Party

“Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty.”

Yreka Tea Party Patriots

Meeting for Tuesday, Feb. 2nd.
6:30 PM at the Covenant Chapel Church
200 Greenhorn Rd. Yreka
Everyone Welcome
Debbie Bacigalupi, Rancher and Nationally known Activist
(see attached Bio)
• Behind the scenes info on Burns, OR.
• Paris Climate Change Conference (COP21)
• Obama Administration’s 2030 Agenda impact on Siskiyou County.

Free….Contact Louise Gliatto for more information at 530-842-5443

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Town Hall Meeting

Greenhorn Grange
300 Ranch Lane (off of S. Main) Yreka
Feb.1st @6:30PM
Speaker: Atty. Larry Kogan ESQ Specialist in Constitutional Law
“Over Reaching Federal and State Agencies”
Sisiyou Water Users & The Grange
“Resolution for the Preservation of the Klamath Basin and Hydro Electic Facilites”
“Updates on the State of Jefferson, Wolf Meeting and Hoopa Petition on FERC’

Speakers to include:
County Supervisor Brandon Criss, Sheriff Jon Lopey, Betty Hall from the Shasta Nation, Richard Marshall, Tony Intiso, Mark Baird, Frank Tallerico, & Joe Watkins from the Klamath Irrigation District.

Bring a dessert to share. Coffee and tea provide. Donations appreciated.

For information call: 530-842-4400

Keep going there is more!!

Yreka City Council meeting

Outdoor Marijuana cultivation in the City
Thursday, Feb. 4th
City Council building on 4th St. 6:30PM

There will be a vote on allowing outdoor grows of marijuana in the City of Yreka. The planning Commission met on Jan. 2oth and voted 2-3 to recommend allowing outdoor grows in the city of Yreka. If you do not agree with this vote then you need to show up/ email/call your city council members to let them know that you do not support outdoor grows. The folks that want to grow out doors have been heavily lobbing the city council members. Your silence has implied consent. The other side has not been silent!!
If you decide to call, email and/or speak at the meeting, I would recommend that you describe any personal experience you have had with the nuisance and problems of marijuana growth in your neighborhoods. If you are not comfortable speaking at the meeting then please contact your council person by phone or email.

We need your body there at the meeting and we need you to contact the City Council members who are:

Bryan Foster bfoster@ci.yreka.ca.us 841-1091 or 598-7910
John Mercier, Mayor jmercier@ci.yreka.ca.us 340-1692
David Simmen dsimmen@ci.yrea.ca.us 340-0126
Deborah Baird dbair@ci.yreka.ca.us 598-9247
Joan Smith Freeman jfreeman@cu.yreka.ca.us 966-5626

FYI — Bryan Foster had reported at a council meeting that he will be voting against any growing of Marijuana within the city limits. So don’t call him, call the others.

The following cities have ordinances against outdoor grows: Weed, Montague, Dorris, and Etna as well as Siskiyou County.
Please alert all your friends, family and neighbors who live in Yreka. Print this alert and pass it out in your neighborhood. See attachment.

If you don’t speak, you can’t be heard.
Louise Gliatto

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Yreka: Attorney to discuss dam removal and regulations — Oct. 1, 2015

Agriculture - California, Federal gov & land grabs, Klamath River & Dams, Rich Marshall, Siskiyou Water Users Assoc

Attorney Larry Kogan
Washington DC

Mr. Kogan will be at the Grange in Yreka on the evening of Thursday October 1, 2015 at 6 pm. This will be a pot luck dinner meeting so bring something to share with others.

Mr. Kogan is a well- known attorney specializing in regulatory law whose articles have appeared in many professional publications He recently handled the CSKT water compact case in Montana involving the proposed Salish and Kootenai tribal water compact and the removal of a dam and awarding of water rights to the tribes over private rights. Issues also involve a treaty instituted by the Tribes under their sovereign claims with a foreign nation, the country of Turkey, for mining uranium ore. Another issue involves the transfer of rights to the dam removal process from the Federal Energy Resources Commission to the Dept. of Interior and the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

These issues have applicability to our own issues regarding private water rights vs Native American claims and potential removal of Klamath Dams.

Please come and bring your friends as this impacts ranchers, farmers and the citizens of Siskiyou County. This is an opportunity to hear from an expert in these matters.
Brought to you by the Siskiyou County Water Users Association.

Richard Marshall
President of SCWUA


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Siskiyou folks to speak at California Land and Water Wars Forum

Over-regulations, Property rights, Rich Marshall, Siskiyou Water Users Assoc, Water rights, Water, Resources & Quality

Lecture and Conference Series

American Freedom Alliance presents

The April installment of the Lecture and Conference Series


California Land and Water Wars:
The Green Agenda to Destroy Your Property Rights featuring


Sheriff Richard Mack,

Paul Rodriguez, 

Debbie Bacigalupi, family owns a Siskiyou Co. ranch

Richard Marshall, President of Siskiyou Water Users Assoc.

Michael Coffman,

David Spady,

Tim Donnelly,

Paul Taylor, and

Laer Pearce

Sunday, May 4
10 am – 5 pm

Location:  Olympic Collection, 11301 Olympic Blvd #204, West Los Angeles, CA 90064


About the Topic:


California Central Valley farmers are under siege.

After years of drought, not only has their water allocation, guaranteed to them under Government contract, fallen to 40%, but much needed water, vital to the sustenance of crops, is currently being siphoned off to protect certain fish species believed to be endangered.

The emphasis on saving wildlife at the expense of human need is of a piece with the environmental campaign against agricultural activity across this country.

Over the next ten years thousands of dams are slated to be closed, affecting farmers in dozens of states.

Water authorities have also vowed to make their control and regulation of urban water supplies far more centralized and coercive.

Join AFA at this important half day forum to learn from farmers, journalists, activists and water utilization experts how far reaching is this pernicious environmental campaign and what you can do to stop it.

Co-sponsored by Americans for Prosperity and Tea Party Coalition

For reservations call the American Freedom Alliance office at 310-444-3085


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Open letter to Klamath Co. Commissioners

Agriculture, KBRA or KHSA, Klamath County, Klamath River & Dams, Rich Marshall, Salmon and fish, Siskiyou Water Users Assoc

Feb. 9, 2013

Dear Klamath County Commissioners,

I write this email to encourage you all to do the right thing and vote AGAINST THE KBRA/KHSA, to right the terrible wrongs being committed against the citizens of our area by over zealous bureaucrats, unrestrained NGOs, and twisted science.  By now we all should be aware of just how far off base the so called scientific information developed by the various government entities and NGOs has been.  The dams are still in place and the Salmon runs are at record numbers.

In addition we are all aware of the firing of Dr. Paul Hauser, scientific officer for the DOI, who became a whistleblower instead of corrupting science to support the political decisions being orchestrated against the people of So Oregon and Northern California.  You should also be aware of the scientific findings made by Dr Nathan Mantua and others at the University of Washington, who have studied this problem throughly and discovered that the Salmon production is tied intrinsically to the Pacific Decadal Oscilliation or PDO. This column of cold water moving up and down the Pacific Coast is responsible for the volume of Salmon alternating between Alaska and California.  The riverine habitat is secondary to the ocean habitat. This fact is being suppressed by Mr. Lynch the lead scientist for the DOI and others paid by DOI.  It should have been included in the study of the Salmon issue but was by decision of the DOI and NOAA committees left out of the studies made.

We have also the fact of the suppression of science in the recent Lunny case in Marin County where the DOI’s Mr Salazar, denied the lease continuation on trumped up charges of environmental contamination.  Dr. Corey Goodwin more than adequately disproved the DOI contentions and was vociferously supported by Senator Feinstein who referred to the DOI as practicing junk science.

We have further, the recent firing of seven scientists at the Bureau of Reclamation by that agency because of their efforts to maintain scientific integrity in the face of the desires of the BOR to twist the story regarding habitat in the upper Klamath.

Why are the tribes, and NGOs pushing the issue forward in spite of scientific evidence showing that the removal of the dams will not only kill all the fish including the Salmon for years to come but will also permanently damage the spawning beds??  Any Salmon that will eventually come back will be “planted Salmon” they will not be native to the area.  They are interested in the very significant amount of taxpayer and ratepayer funds that will be rained down upon them.  They are not concerned about the damage that will be done to the environment, the farmers, the ranchers , the natural beauty of the river area; they are only greedily rubbing their hands in anticipation of a nearly $4 Billion dollar raid on the Nations treasury.

We also know from early historical reports such as the diary of 1821 by an early military survey crew and their indian guides that the Salmon never reached the Upper Klamath in fact they never swam past the reefs located approximately at the location of Iron Gate Dam.  Any Salmon skeletons found above that point were  the result of trading between early tribes.  Even the Karuk, who are benefiting enormously by Dam destruction have stated early on, that the Salmon never reached the Upper Klamath.

The Klamath River dams provide clean inexpensive hydro power to  our region, water storage capability which allows the river to be flushed in drought times, recreation opportunities, and flood control options such as allowing the peak flow times of flood conditions to be controlled.

You have a duty and an obligation to do the right thing and vote out the KBRA.  Save the Dams and save the fish!!

Richard Marshall

President of Siskiyou Water Users Association


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