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Link River Canyon, Klamath Falls, Oregon

Save the date: Saturday, May 30, 2015

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The 2013 festival was a GREAT success.

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Visit the Link River Festival Youtube channel to see more.

Klamath Greenways Foundation was the appreciative recipient of an Oregon Parks Foundation Fund grant through the Oregon Community Foundation. The grant, for $2500, was awarded toward purchase of airtime for a series of video vignettes, and also for some costs associated with the Festival. Support has also come from the Klamath County Cultural Coalition - and of course we also thank all of the partners who joined us at the trail.

Willow Park News, July 2012
New park along the Link River !

Klamath Greenways Foundation recently was involved in the installation of a bench and table at Willow Park, on the Link River. Willow Park, an ODOT property on Conger Avenue, sits at the northeast corner of the Main Street bridge as it crosses the Link River. The park looks directly across the Link River at the Favell Museum and lies slightly under the Highway 97 overpass. The cleanup of the site, and the procurement and placement of the bench and table, was a cooperative effort of Klamath Greenways Foundation, the City of Klamath Falls, ODOT and the Klamath Tribes. A massive willow stands as sentinel in the middle of the grounds, and although not a watered or landscaped area, it provides a quiet ambience to observe the flow of the Link and the numerous birds and natural activities of the river. The Klamath Greenways Foundation has done a biannual cleanup on the site for several years, but the addition of the bench and table is intended to add to its enjoyment.



Link River Trail - South End