The galleries gives a glimpse of the Basin farms and their production. The Annual Fall Harvest tour offers an on-the-ground tour of the Klamath Reclamation Project.
The Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement (KBRA), signed by multiple parties on February 18, 2010, still needs federal legislation and appropriation for implementation.
Current information on the Klamath Projects, lake levels, water quality, and current hydrologic conditions.
In an effort to inform visitors about the most recent news related to the Klamath Project we have included this resource on our website.
Do you know of all the different types of crops that grow within the Basin? With so much hustle and bustle it might be hard to tell what’s really being produced here each season. Did you know that we grow crops that are used for products such as Wrigley’s Chewing Gum, Colgate toothpaste, Lays and Pringles Potato chips and much more? Contracts with major companies that make products we use each day are more common than you might think in the Basin. Examples of crops grown in the Basin include: mint, potatoes (fresh market and chippers), horseradish, strawberry root-stock, onions, garlic, grass hay, alfalfa hay, beef, dairy products, wheat, barley and more.
This video is dedicated to the Members of Klamath Water Users, their families, and their community. A slideshow set to the soundtrack of Paul Harvey's rendition of "So God made a farmer." We would like to thank those who work hard everyday to ensure that our dinner plates have food and our livestock are fed and watered.