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October 13, 2006 | Video

Klamath River Fish Kill of 2002

The news started coming in on a late September Saturday in 2002. Hundreds of salmon, maybe thousands of salmon, were floating belly-up in the lower Klamath River. The first emails were tentative, as folks in northern California wrote "we think there's a fish kill going on." By Monday, no one was using the word "think." The count of dead fish was in the thousands and rising; people said you could smell the river way before you could see it—the stench of dead salmon hanging in the hot California air.

September 29, 2006 | Legal Document

Nationwide Permits Consent Judgment 9-29-06

Grants motion for consent judgment; rejects industry attempts to weaken nationwide dredge-and-fill permits for development projects, mining, and other environmentally-damaging activities; Plaintiff: National Association of Home Builders (D.D.C. 00cv379) (

September 29, 2006 | Legal Document

Nationwide Permits Final Judgment 9-29-06

Final judgment rejecting industry attempts to weaken nationwide dredge-and-fill permits for development projects, mining, and other environmentally-damaging activities; Plaintiff: National Association of Home Builders (D.D.C. 00cv379) (September 29, 2006)

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