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KPDRA Applications Now Open

The Klamath Project Drought Response Agency has announced the 2024 No-Irrigation Program details.   KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. –

Getting the jump on grasshoppers

Last week, a coalition of irrigation districts in the Klamath Project requested state and federal assistance in addressing

Merkley, Wyden issue statement on water conditions and basin stability

Today, United States Senators Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden, in a notable move, issued a joint statement addressing

KWUA Expresses “Deep Disappointment” with 2024 Ag Water Announcement for the Klamath Project

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Klamath Water Users Association (KWUA) expressed deep disappointment with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation’s

Walking Wetlands Innovator Testifies Before Congress

Local Water Users and State Wildlife Managers testify to concerns over the negative consequences of the proposed BIDEH

KWUA in DC; Staunton to testify in Congress

WASHINGTON—This week, a Klamath Water Users Association delegation is in Washington, D.C., conducting meetings with key members of

Tri-Counties send letter requesting full allocation for Klamath Project Irrigators

On April 5, 2024, Tri-Counties Commissioners and Supervisors of Klamath, Modoc, and Siskiyou Counties submitted a letter to

Flowing Once Again

Water will again flow through Tule Lake Tunnel into Lower Klamath NWR, benefiting refuges, wildlife, and restoration. KLAMATH

Klamath Project districts preparing for water

With Upper Klamath Lake quickly approaching full pool, there are growing concerns about the potential for flood releases

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