Basin Ag News

In this issue: 2-3 Klamath Bull & Heifer Sale 4 – Klamath County Cattlemen and Cattlewomen’s Scholarship Program 5 – Growing the Next Generation of Agriculturists 6-7 – Klamath Basin Livestock Judging Club new to the Basin 8 – 4-H Youth Development Programs inspire Young Agriculturists to grow 10-12 – Wildlife Viewing in Klamath Drainage…

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Response to January 2023 Temporary Operating Procedures

Link River Dam Heather Tramp By Heather Tramp

Sent Via Electronic Mail OnlyErnest Conant, Regional DirectorU.S. Bureau of ReclamationCalifornia-Great Basin Region2800 Cottage WaySacramento, CA [email protected] Subject: Response to January 2023 Temporary Operating Procedures Dear Mr. Conant: The Klamath Project (Project) is presently being managed for failure. Of most immediate relevance, Klamath Water Users Association (KWUA) is dismayed by the information delivered in connection…

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WaterWorks December 2022

Waterworks December 2022 by Klamath Water User Association

WATERWORKS Fill-the-Lake Update On December 16, the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) informally notified stakeholders that it was not taking action to modify planned releases from Upper Klamath Lake at this time, deferring any decision until January. This news comes as lake levels have actually begun to drop, due in part to PacifiCorp refilling the Keno…

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A Plan to Fill Upper Klamath Lake

Klamath Water User Association Fill the Lake

November 22, 2022 Ernest Conant, Regional DirectorU.S. Bureau of Reclamation, California-Great Basin Region2800 Cottage WaySacramento, CA 95825-1898 Paul Souza, Regional DirectorU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service2800 Cottage WaySacramento, CA 95825-1898 Scott Rumsey, Ph.D., Acting Regional AdministratorNational Marine Fisheries Service, West Coast Region1201 Northeast Lloyd Boulevard, Suite 1100Portland, OR 97232 Subject: A Plan to Fill Upper Klamath…

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KWUA Water Works October 2022 Final Newsletter

October Newsletter Fill the lake, For Everyone’s Sake Klamath Water Users Association (KWUA) has urged, and continues to urge, that the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) fill Upper Klamath Lake this fall and winter. We know this message is understood. We wait to see whether it will be acted upon. The reason for water storage is…

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