Dying for Water: Indians, Politics and Dead Fish
in the Klamath Trinity Basin.
A Co-Production of Northern California Cultural Communications and KIDE-FM, Hoopa, California.
In the Fall of 2002, disease raged through the warm and shallow water of the once-mighty Klamath River. Within days, 68,000 adult Chinook Salmon perished as they returned home to spawn. This story flows through past and present, through the hearts, the voices and the songs of Tribal people who consider the fish their relatives, to the highest levels of government and corporate power.
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