Major dams along the Klamath River have been cleared for removal
Federal regulators have cleared the way for the removal of major dams along the Klamath River in Oregon. Local tribes and environmental groups have worked for decades to bring the dams down.
Oregon Public Broadcasting’s Cassandra Profita reports.
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