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Subcommittee on Water and Power Oversight Field Hearing on “The Endangered Species Act 30 Years Later: The Klamath Project”
Saturday, July 17, 2004

Washington, D.C.

Oversight Field Hearing on
“The Endangered Species Act 30 Years Later: The Klamath Project”

Members of Congress

The Honorable Ken Calvert Opening Statement
Chairman, Subcommittee on Water and Power, 
California, 44th District

Rep. Wally Herger's Opening Statement

Rep. John Doolittle's Opening Statement


The Honorable Ralph Brown
Vice-Chair, Curry County Board of Commissioners, 
Gold Beach, Oregon

Mr. Dave Carmen
Chico, California

Mr. Troy Fletcher
Klamath River Inter-Tribal Fish & Water Commission Representative
accompanied by Mr. Allen Foreman, Chairman, The Klamath Tribes

Mr. Bill Gaines
Director of Government Affairs, California Waterfowl Association, 
Sacramento, California

The Honorable Doug LaMalfa
Assemblyman (2nd District, California)

Dr. William M. Lewis, Jr.
Chair, Committee on Endangered and Threatened Fishes in the Klamath River Basin (affiliated with the NRC). University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado

Mr. Kirk Rodgers
Regional Director, Mid-Pacific Region, Bureau of Reclamation
accompanied by Mr. Steve Thompson, Regional Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,
and Mr. Jim Lecky, Assistant Regional Administrator for Protected Resources, National Marine Fisheries Service

The Honorable Jimmy Smith
Supervisor, Humboldt County Board of Supervisors, 
Eureka, California

Mr. David Vogel
Natural Resource Scientists, Inc., Red Bluff, California

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