OVER 60 YEARS OF REPRESENTING FARMERS AND
RANCHERS OF THE KLAMATH PROJECT

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April 2021 KWUA Newsletter Devasting Lack of Irrigation Water From an April 14 press release: Klamath Water Users Association is ...
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March 2021 Issue 21 Impossibly Insufficient Water Supply  Projected The family farms and ranches in the Klamath Project face a ...
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WaterWorks- February 2021

Navigating a mess (again): Klamath Project 2021 operations and water supply Under the best of circumstances, it can be difficult ...
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WaterWorks- January 2021

POWER COSTS DECREASED FOR KLAMATH BASIN IRRIGATORS IN OREGON On January 1, power costs for irrigators in the Klamath and ...
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November WaterWorks Newsletter

In this issue: Department of the Interior Issues Updated Legal GuidanceEvaluating Renewable Energy OpportunitiesIs Third Time the Charm for Klamath ...
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potato harvester at sunrise

October 2020 WaterWorks

Bryce Crawford - Potato Harvest at Sunrise In this issue: C. shasta PerspectiveFall Harvest "Tour"Districts Work WondersKWUA DC ReportKWUA 2021 ...
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September 2020 WaterWorks

WATER YEAR 2020: GOOD RIDDANCE September 30, 2020, will mark the end of water year 2020.  We hope that abundant ...
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August 2020;  Issue  16 KLAMATH RIVER DAMS:  WILL THEY STAY OR WILL THEY GO? On July 16, 2020, the Federal ...
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BASIN AG WELCOMES SECRETARY BERNHARDT

United States Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt, accompanied by Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Brenda Burman, spent yesterday in the ...
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June 2020 Water Works

Water Users React to "Restored" Project Allocation Klamath Water Users Association (KWUA) expressed appreciation for the Bureau of Reclamation’s (Reclamation) ...
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