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News from Klamath Basin Crisis.org 8-11-17

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SEND COMMENTS NOW!!! Federal Indian Policy: “Mom Always Liked YOU best!”, Elaine Willman for New American, posted to KBC 8/11/17. “It’s 83 years late in coming, but at long last the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934 (IRA) is finally getting its first-ever review, and hopefully serious reform. IRA (48 stat. 984) forms the backbone of federal Indian policy across the country and has been extended, expanded, and abused far beyond the original intent of Congress…Johnny’s governments (tribes) may directly finance political parties, incumbents, or candidate election officials.

Jimmy’s government may not.

Johnny’s businesses are all tax-exempt and growing enormously. Jimmy’s businesses are taxed to the max. Johnny’s government members can hold elected office anywhere across the country, passing land use and taxation laws upon Jimmy that do not apply to Johnny. Johnny has priority over most of the river and water systems throughout the Western states because Johnny was here first, and Jimmy’s needs don’t matter — he shouldn’t exist.”   Willman’s Biography

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Former Klamath County Commissioner Tom Mallams, challenging well shutdown, H&N, posted to KBC 7/26/17. “…Mallams has petitioned Marion County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Hart to overturn OWRD’s order because it’s “not supported by substantial evidence” as required by Oregon law…” KBC NOTE: Tom Mallams told KBC News he has not been interviewed by Herald and News or Capital Press regarding this matter within the past two years.

BOR acting commissioner tours Basin; New biological opinion, future of water agreements considered, H&N, posted to KBC 7/26/17

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Klamath Falls News: Interior Secretary Zinke to meet with local officials Saturday, (regarding Obama’s monument expansion, OC&E land act, and water negotiations,) H&N 7/14/17

Ranchers fume as ‘Rainbow Family’ set to camp on federal land in Oregon, ParticleNews.com, posted to KBC 7/14/17. “He said the “takeover of federal ground” is no different than the Bundy group’s occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge headquarters….”

California Farm Bureau Federation Friday Legislative Review 7/14/17, Bills: Cap and Trade, Commodities, Labor ( requires employers to demand search warrants or subpoenas for ICE enforcement and to notify the Labor Commissioner and employees and their representatives about ICE enforcement and its results), Natural Resources ( would require California to enforce the federal Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, Endangered Species Act (ESA), and their implementing regulations and policies as were in place on January 1, 2016 or January 1, 2017, whichever version is the most stringent), ( would make several changes to the California Endangered Species Act (CESA) ), Transportation, Water (more requirements and demands).

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“Brown AWOL on veterans issues” by Oregon State Senator Kim Thatcher 6/12/17

Water adjudication: Wogan hears exceptions to state’s decree, H&N, posted to KBC 6/12/17.

Water discord: Upper Basin ranchers seek solution with Tribes, and A long family history on the homestead H&N, posted to KBC 6/12/17

Permanent ban on suction dredging passes Oregon House, H&N, posted to KBC 6/12/17.

Reclamation cancels water surges on Klamath River, H&N, posted to KBC 6/12/17.

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News from Klamath Basin Crisis.org 5-30-17

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Letters opposing the National Park Service (NPS)-preferred  Alternative Plan C to develop the WWII Japanese Relocation Camp. With the current lawsuit by the Japanese Tule Lake Committee against our Tulelake Airport, Modoc County, and City of Tulelake, NPS encouraging tours to be conducted on the airport throughout the day, efforts to buy more land for their monument, etc, our community opposes the NPS multimillion $ plan to develop 1400 acres already acquired for their monument:

*Letter from U.S. Congressman LaMalfa to National Park Service regarding Alternatives for developing WWII Japanese Relocation Camp, Tule Lake Unit of WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument General Management Plan and Environmental Assessment (GMP/EA) posted 5/29/17.

* Letter from Modoc County to NPS regarding Alternatives for WWII Tule Lake Unit Valor in the Pacific NPS GMP and EA, posted 5/29/17

*Letter from Siskiyou County to National Park Service regarding Alternatives for developing WWII Tule Lake Unit Valor in the Pacific NPS GMP and EA posted 5/29/17

* Letter from Macys Flying Service, Tulelake, to their community regarding NPS General Management Plan for Tulelake WWII Japanese relocation camp

* Letter from Tulelake Growers Association to National Park Service regarding Tule Lake Unit of WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument General Management Plan and Environmental Assessment (GMP/EA) posted 5/29/17.

* Letter from Tulelake Irrigation District to National Park Service regarding Alternatives for developing WWII Tule Lake Unit Valor in the Pacific NPS GMP and EA posted 5/29/17

* Letter from City of Tulelake to NPS regarding Alternatives for WWII Tule Lake Unit Valor in the Pacific NPS GMP and EA, posted 5/29/17

* HERE for KBC News Japanese relocation camp/Tulelake airport page

*Tule Lake Committee website, where our community of WWI and WWII veterans and their families are called “white supremists.”

California Farm Bureau Federation Legislative Review, posted to KBC 5/29/17. Welcome to California! ” would require California to enforce the federal Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, Endangered Species Act (ESA), and their implementing regulations and policies as were in place on January 1, 2016 or January 1, 2017, whichever version is the most stringent…”, “…requires employers to demand search warrants for ICE enforcement and to notify the Labor Commissioner and employees and their representatives about ICE enforcement and its results. Penalties for violations would range from $10,000 to $25,000 per violation,” “… restricts employers’ efforts to ascertain a job applicant’s past criminal history and elect to not hire the applicant due to that history,”  “requires an employer with 20 or more employees within a 75-mile radius to provide 12 weeks of protected parental leave to bond with a new child after that child’s birth, adoption or foster care placement,” ” would create a state-operated single-payer universal health insurance program intended to provide health care to all California residents,” “would expand the extraordinary values, such as scenic, recreational, fishery, wildlife, historical, cultural, geological, ecological, hydrological, botanical, or other similar values to preserve rivers in their free-flowing state designated as wild and scenic under the California Wild and Scenic Rivers Act.”

Tulelake Irrigation District well water levels, posted to KBC 5/28/17

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160K acres covered in Klamath ‘Takings’ class action, H&N, posted to KBC 5/28/17.

Upper Basin water: Talk or litigate? Which? Let’s talk, by Randall Kizer for H&N, posted to KBC 5/28/17. “The Wood River’s bank are full of water and, yet, the valley’s irrigators are shut off due to a call of (Klamath) tribal instream water rights…We agreed to just about everything the Tribes demanded…upper basin landowners have agreed to retire thousands of acres of irrigated land and built thousands of feet of fencing along streams, rivers and creeks…The Tribes are angry. They were promised funds for economic development, land in the Mazama Forest and dam removal in the KBRA…”

(Klamath) Tribes call for agreement termination, H&N, posted to KBC 5/28/17. “At a minimum, Gentry said any framework for a settlement proposal must adequately address treaty resource reintroduction, restoration and protection resulting in sustainable and harvestable treaty resources that will support the meaningful exercise of treaty rights. ‘This must include return of homelands and co-management of land and resources that affect treaty resources…’ “

* Klamath Tribes Negative Notice sent to Department of Interior to end Upper Klamath Basin Comprehensive Agreement, UKBCA

* Upper Klamath irrigators response to Klamath Tribes Negative Notice sent to DOI to end UKBCA 4/28/17.

Increased flows from lake expected for Klamath River, H&N, posted to KBC 5/28/17. “Karuk Tribe and Oregon State University researchers take samples from four different sites along the Klamath River on a weekly basis to determine the number of parasites per liter, according to Bottcher…”

Wolf opponents, proponents face off in Portland, H&N, posted to KBC

Water deliveries begin at Crater Lake, H&N, posted to KBC 5/28/17.
Chiloquin to sell water to Crater Lake, 2.5 million gallons, H&N, posted to KBC 5/12/17.  Crater Lake water is shut off “…by a call on water made by the Klamath Tribes…the city council agreed to sell water to the park for $0.015 per gallon, an estimated total cost of $37,500 during May and June…6,000-gallon trucks would make the trip to and from the park an estimated eight to 10 times per day…The city reserved the discretion to extended water sales through July and August as needed.”
Crater Lake to ship water starting next week, “…$400,000 to haul water..” “…Rim Drive may not open until mid-June due to higher-than-average snow levels…” H&N 5/12/17
Crater Lake to haul water for visitors, Delivery costs top $400,000 for May, June, H&N, posted to KBC 5/7/17. “..Under the Treaty of 1864, the Klamath Tribes have the right to hunt, fish, trap and gather on former reservation land. The Klamath Tribes have legally determined claims that provide for in-stream flows sufficient for the protection of riparian habitat during spring runoff months.” KBC NOTE: The Klamath Tribes sold their reservation. This year was above average snow, and the rivers flooded.

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News from Klamath Basin Crisis.org 5-13-17

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From Frank Tallerico: Paul’s letter to the Philippians 4:8-9: Finally, brethren, whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy–meditate on these things. The things which you learned and received and heard and saw in me, these do, and the God of peace will be with you.” Happy Mother’s Day

***Secretary Zinke Requests Comments on National Monument Designations Made Since 1996, OFS, posted to KBC 5/13/17. (includes Cascade-Siskiyou expansion)

***View Federal Register Notice with List of National Monuments Subject to Review

***Cascade-Siskiyou Monument Myths and Facts, by American Forest Resource Council May 2017

***Wyden and Merkley Push Back Against Trump’s National Monument Review, OFS, posted to KBC 5/13/17

Opposition expressed to Lava Beds status change, H&N, posted to KBC 5/13/17. “A recurring theme was the fear the Japanese-American group opposing fencing of the Tulelake Airport might try to incorporate expansion of the Tule Lake Unit of the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument with legislation re-designating Lava Beds…The committee recently refiled a lawsuit against Modoc County for plans to develop a fence around the Tule Lake Airport.”  “Mickey Gimmel, Pit River Tribe chairman, mostly focused his sometimes angry comments on concerns about the Medicine Lake Highlands, which border the park and have been considered for geothermal development. “You better take us seriously and talk to us,” he barked. “We can be in opposition or we could be with you.”

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News from Klamath Basin Crisis.org 5-1-17

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Matthew 5:7 – “Blessed are the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy.”

Tribal chairman defends water call, H&N posted to KBC  5/1/17. “Ranchers in the upper basin have criticized the call, claiming they will have a short window to irrigate and water their cattle this spring, and they have no water available the rest of the summer. Some believe this call could put them out of business….“We’re just asking for justice,” Gentry said. “We’re just trying to hang onto what has been reserved by treaty despite what has happened to us…”

KBC NOTE: The Klamath Tribal members voted to terminate their tribe. $220,647,000 was paid to the Klamath Tribes. Regarding their votes, “There were return receipts signed by each and every member of the Klamath tribe(Unconquered, Uncontrolled, by Carrol Howe). “One Klamath Indian, Edison Chiloquin…refused to accept the payment and demanded land instead…”

Regulation headed for Wood River, H&N, posted to KBC 5/1/17. “Everybody above the Lower Williamson system, all the way up to Sprague and Sycan and on up into the Williamson itself are effectively regulated…” “snowpack …ranges anywhere from 130 to 146 percent (in some areas) of average for the water year…”

Tribes Issue Water Claim, Ranchers Fear the Worst, H&N, posted to KBC  5/1/17. “In April 2014, ranchers and the Tribes signed the Upper Basin Comprehensive Agreement. The ranchers agreed to retire 18,000 acres of land or 30,000 acre feet of water and do riparian repair work on the rivers in exchange for an allotment of water each year…At the end of February, the Tribes indicated to the ranchers they wanted to terminate the agreement…”

EXECUTIVE ORDER: REVIEW OF DESIGNATIONS UNDER THE ANTIQUITIES ACT by President Donald Trump 4/27/17. “The review of monuments to reverse goes back 10 years and designations must have been over 100,000 acres.  Congressman LaMalfa will be meeting with Secretary Zinke April 26,”  LaMalfa rep Erin Ryan.

President Obama’s expansion of National Monuments in Oregon and California January 2017

Naked and Poor, April 2017 Newsletter by Oregon State Senator Dennis Linthicum – District 28. “Our real problem is that government growth has outpaced revenue growth by the $1.8B shortfall.”

List of 15 regulations to be repealed; 11 alone will save $10 billion, Kevin McCarthy, Majority Leader, posted to KBC  5/1/17.

California Farm Bureau Federation Friday Legislative Review, posted to KBC 5/1/17. WELCOME TO CALIFORNIA! “…would create individual facility GHG emissions caps and empower the California Air Resources Board (CARB) to establish “no-trade zones” and facility declining caps; forbids an employer from granting federal immigration enforcement authorities access to their place of business without a search warrant or providing employee-related records to federal immigration enforcement authorities without a subpoena. It requires an employer to provide notice to employees of known future enforcement action by a federal immigration agency;  would create a state-operated single-payer universal health insurance program intended to provide health care to all California residents. SB 562 includes no mechanism to pay for this program. SB 562 passed the Senate Health Committee on a 5-2 vote;  would have imposed a state inheritance tax if the federal inheritance tax law is repealed;  would require California to enforce the federal Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, Endangered Species Act (ESA), and their implementing regulations and policies that were in place on January 1, 2016 or January 1, 2017, whichever version is the most stringent; new mandates on agricultural water suppliers, costing districts hundreds of millions of dollars

EPA Disregard for “WOTUS” Prior Converted Cropland Exclusion Kills Ag Jobs and Contributes to National Security Risk, Canada Free Press by Laurence Kogan, posted to KBC 5/1/17

Wolf foes, friends have their say, Citizens speak out about wolf management at ODFW hearing, H&N posted to KBC 5/1/17. SEND COMMENTS

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Matthew 4:6, “Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be filled.”

OWRD responds to Tribes’ call on (Klamath) water, H&N, posted to KBC 4/23/17. “I’m very disappointed that this call has been initiated by the Klamath Tribes and validated by the Oregon Water Resources Department at a time when our rivers are literally running over their banks,” (State Rep. E. Werner) Reschke said in a statement.

“This decision negatively impacts farmers and ranchers up and down the basin and defies conventional logic. Oregonians lose when we allow one group to exercise exorbitant control over the rights of others…”

(Klamath) Tribal water call: ‘Devastating.’ Ranchers in the upper basin react to water call, H&N, posted to KBC 4/23/17.

Oregon wolf management plan, Finding balance with a new apex predator, H&N posted to KBC 4/23/17. “…The state documented 64 wolves at the end of 2013, and a minimum of 112 by the end of 2016, including 11 packs and eight breeding pairs…” “The draft plan requires three confirmed depredations or one confirmed and four “probable” attacks within a 12 month period.

The previous standard was two confirmed depredations or one confirmed and three attempted attacks, with no time period set…The groups also believe ODFW should continue collaring wolves, and should set a population cap for wolves in Oregon. Without a benchmark, we will not be able to tell when wolves have reached their natural carrying capacity’ in the state, the Farm Bureau said… ranchers’ views aren’t reflected in the draft plan…’ “

US Food Security and Farmers’ Livelihoods at Stake in “Waters of the US” Rule Rewrite, WLF by Lawrence A. Kogan, posted to KBC 4/23/17.

Lava Beds deserves to be a national park, H&N, posted to KBC 4/16/17. “…The National Park Service is also adding another historical aspect to the local area with development of the Tule Lake Unit of the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument, which is being administered by personnel at the Lava Beds. It will include remnants of the Tule Lake Segregation Center and Camp Tulelake, in which Japanese Americans were forcibly interned after World War II began….”

!! Lava Beds tour May 10, 2 pm regarding National Monument designation change

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 Klamath Tribes make call on Upper Klamath water, Water Resources Department, Klamath Falls April 14, posted to KBC 4/17/17. “Klamath Tribes have notified OWRD of a call (request) for water on the Sprague, Williamson, and Wood Rivers and tributaries, and the Klamath Marsh…”

FROM MARCH 2017: Flows from Upper Klamath increase amid flood mitigation, Sprague River remains high, H&N, posted to KBC 3/25/17. “… the local snowpack is 113 percent of normal…No evacuations have yet been ordered as high waters along the Sprague River flow downstream, posing minor flood threats to properties in the Chiloquin and Sprague River areas.” 


Flooding possible along Sprague River, H&N posted to KBC 3/25/17

 

Klamath Basin water year looks promising, H&N, posted to KBC 4/17/17. “…It’s looking like there will be full deliveries of water to the Klamath Basin water users…As of April 1, the snowpack was 122 percent of average and the total precipitation was 139 percent of average, the bureau said… ‘Collaboration has been a successful model for solving problems in the Klamath Basin and biological opinion consultation should not be an exception to that.’ …

The Klamath Project’s 2017 Operations Plan is available at https://on.doi.gov/2pqXcgn   If you encounter

problems accessing the document, call 916-978-5100 (TTY 800-877-8339) or email mppublicaffairs@usbr.gov

***Wolf report review slated for ODFW meeting April 21, followed by: Wolf numbers continue to rise in Klamath County, PUBLIC COMMENT SOUGHT ABOUT MANAGEMENT PLANH&N, posted to KBC 4/17/17. “Information about the meeting agenda, wolf survey results and the revised draft wolf management plan are available at http://bit.ly/2p57Zxvv  “

Signs of change: Congressional aides visit Lava Beds, H&N, posted to KBC 4/17/17: “...ongoing efforts to rally Congressional support for having Lava Beds redesignated as a national park…”

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