Whitewater Rafters (Mt. Shasta, etc.)


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Whitewater Rafters (Mt. Shasta, etc.)

  • Whitewater Rafters (Mt. Shasta, etc.)

  • Copco/ Iron Gate Lake residents

  • Retirement Community KRCE (East of I-5)

  • Resort Owners and Fishing Guides (East of I-5)

  • Shasta Indians

  • City of Yreka

  • River Communities (Klamath, Horse Creek, Hamburg, Seiad, Happy Camp, Somes)

  • Shasta Valley Communities

  • Scott Valley Communities

  • Karuk Tribe















The City of Yreka gets its water from Fall Creek – about 23 miles north of the city. They have a 15 CFS permitted water right from the state of CA. The water is conducted through a 24 inch pipeline that passes underneath the reservoir. It is expected that the pipe will have to be relocated when the reservoirs are drained.

  • The City of Yreka gets its water from Fall Creek – about 23 miles north of the city. They have a 15 CFS permitted water right from the state of CA. The water is conducted through a 24 inch pipeline that passes underneath the reservoir. It is expected that the pipe will have to be relocated when the reservoirs are drained.



















$11,250,000 in diminution of local property value







Cal Trout uses Stanford mathematician to assess financial impact to reservoir property. He utilizes Prop. 13 base years trended instead of contemporary market value, thus understating impact.

  • Cal Trout uses Stanford mathematician to assess financial impact to reservoir property. He utilizes Prop. 13 base years trended instead of contemporary market value, thus understating impact.

  • 2004 American Rivers/ Stillwater Sciences produces sediment transport study that utilizes an experimental model that utilizes the wrong sized sediment

  • NCRWQCB allegedly physically alters PacifiCorp model to move location of water quality impacts

  • Inquiries discover that a CDC report on the lack of long term health impacts of algae exposure is being quashed

  • Sediment sample findings of dioxin at toxicity levels of concern are not carried forward (Shannon and Wilson 2006)

  • DOI holds back release of CDM report

  • 2010 Cal Trout/ Dr. Gallo report erroneously attributes $20 million mitigation payment to Siskiyou County






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