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by Jack Ellwanger/Klamath Restoration Council

J.C. Boyle Dam is one of four PacifiCorp dams on the Klamath River blocking access to 350 miles of salmon habitat. Now that the federal government has ordered the company to install expensive fish ladders on the dams -- and upgrade obsolete ladders like the one shown here -- the door has been opened to removing the dams altogether

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