AT THE CROSSROADS
In Search of Sustainable Solutions in the Klamath Basin
Thank you to everyone who attended the 2006-2007 JELL Symposium! Please feel free to send feedback regarding this event to Melissa Peterson.
Recordings of the panel discussions are available
by clicking the panel name.
Where are we?
A discussion of current issues within the Basin.
- Phillip C. Ward, Director, Oregon Water Resources Department
- Kristen Boyles, Attorney, Earthjustice
- Steve Macfarlane, Attorney, U.S. Dept. of Justice
- John Dillon, Klamath Basin Resource Specialist, Hoopa Valley Tribe
What are the sources of conflict? Or, what is the problem?
A discussion of the barriers interfering with a workable solution.
- Rip Shively, Station Chief, Klamath Falls Field Station, U.S. Geological Survey
- Holly McLean, Attorney, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
- Bob Hunter, Attorney, WaterWatch
What procedures are most effective for resolving conflict?
A discussion of effective methods for conflict-resolution in the Basin, whether legislative, agency-based, litigation, or mediation.
- Martha Pagel, Attorney, Schwabe, Williamson < Wyatt
- Troy Fletcher, Yurok Tribe
- Paul Simmons, Attorney, Somach, Simmons < Dunn
- Reed Benson, Professor, University of Wyoming College of Law
- Mark Stern, The Nature Conservancy, and co-chair of the Hatfield Upper Klamath Basin Working Group
- Glen Spain, Northwest Regional Director, Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen's Associations
- Carl "Bud" Ullman, Attorney, Klamath Tribes
- Greg Addington, Executive Director, Klamath Water Users Association (KWUA)