Klamath Falls, Ore. – A agreement which would have provided water sharing for off-Project irrigators in the Klamath Basin has expired. The Upper Klamath Basin Comprehensive Agreement was signed in April of 2014. Klamath Tribal Chairman Don Gentry explains the ...

Klamath Falls, Ore. – The bill is called the ‘Klamath Infrastructure Improvement Act’. The legislation is sponsored by U.S. Representative Greg Walden.  “This is an important piece of legislation that is aimed at providing affordable power for farmers in the ...

Klamath Falls, Ore. – A federal judge has ruled that Klamath Project farmers are not entitled to compensation for a shutoff of irrigation water in 2001. Water to the Klamath Project was shut off in 2001, and used instead to ...

Klamath Falls, Ore. – A bill recently introduced in the U.S. Senate could benefit farmers on the Klamath Project. Those farmers have watched their electric bills skyrocket by more than 2000% over the past decade. Klamath Water Users Association Executive ...

Klamath Falls, Ore. – The 2001 shutoff of water to Klamath Project irrigators is the focus of a trial now underway in federal court in Washington, D.C. – and the outcome could extend beyond the Klamath Basin. Farmers and ranchers ...

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Farmers on the Klamath Project know how much water they’ll be getting this year, as the Bureau of Reclamation has released their 2016 operations plan. Water began flowing through canals to Klamath Project farmers on April ...

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Wednesday’s announcement on dam removal also has a strong impact at the other end of the Klamath River. Tricia Hill of Gold Dust Potato Processors in Malin is also treasurer for the Klamath Water Users Association. ...

Headgates to the ‘A’ canal in Klamath Falls were opened Friday morning, and water is now flowing to farmers on the Klamath Project. A simple flick of the switch marks the start of irrigation season on the Klamath Project. The ...

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Members of the Klamath Irrigation District have voted to take on a 10 million dollar loan to replace an elevated canal. District Board Chair Brent Cheyne tells NBC5 that members voted 269 to 16 in favor ...

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