KBRA renewed for two more years



GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement was renewed by all 24 signatories on Monday. 

The extension allows supporters another two years to try to get Congress to pay for it.

Indian tribes, local governments, irrigation districts, salmon fishermen and conservation groups all agreed to renew.

The agreement calls for the removal of four dams from the Klamath River and lays out how water will be shared between farms and fish during drought years, and provides for $800 million in environmental restoration.