The Klamath River is slated to be the largest dam removal project in the history of the United States. Removing these dams will open up over 400 miles of salmon, trout, and eel habitat. Find out what's at stake and what it takes to protect a watershed. In this episode, we interview Regina Chichizola (she/her), Co-director of Save California Salmon. She shares some of their 20-year history of advocating for dam removal with communities on the Klamath River in Northern California and Southeast Oregon. This is the first episode in a series about the Klamath Dam Removal process.