Paul Weiland recently participated in the 2020 California Water Law Symposium, held at San Francisco's Golden Gate University School of Law. The theme of this year's Symposium was "Federalism & Water: Shifts in State/Federal Roles and Relations." Paul's panel, organized by Stanford University, was entitled "Promises and Challenges of Western Dam Removals: Lessons from the Lower Klamath Project.” The proposed Lower Klamath Project involves the planned removal of four dams on the Klamath River. The panelists explored the federal, state, local, tribal, industry and civil ...
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