Holly Dillemuth is JPR's Klamath Region correspondent.
The mood was jubilant yet sober on Saturday as members of the Klamath Tribes and their supporters drove the “Caravan for the Klamath” through the city of Klamath Falls, culminating in a rally at a downtown park to advocate for tribal land and water rights.
There’s not enough water to go around, as irrigators, tribes and fishermen all come up short.
Classes could resume as soon as Wednesday morning.
The faculty union and university administration say a deal could come "any day now," but the union insists that, until then, the strike will continue.