Klamath Lake, Oregon is around 125 square miles in size and sits at an altitude of 3,000 above sea level. The Lake is feed by catchment basin 4,139 square miles in size with 17 rivers, streams and falls. This whole area had massive volcanic activity several thousands of years ago, the entire area is extremely rich in minerals and trace elements. It is estimated that 50,000 tons of this volcanic ash flows into the lake every day. The environment created by this natural nutrient trap creates a unique ecosystem for AFA to thrive in. With no agricultural activity above this pristine aqua system it remains free of heavy metals, pesticides, herbicides, insecticides and fungicides.
Ninety percent of the water flowing into Klamath Lake comes from springs above of rare beauty. The water springs from the ground at a temperature of less than 38 degrease Fahrenheit. The characteristics of the water suggest that it originates from Crater Lake
Mount McLoughlin Klamath Lake Oregon
AFA Bloom in Klamath Lake
Crater Lake above Klamath Lake the site of major volcanic activity thousands of years ago.