KLAMATH PROJECT DROUGHT RELIEF
PO BOX 1944 KLAMATH FALLS, OR 97601 541-882-6331
May 6, 2022
2022 KPDRA No Irrigation Program Announcement
Applications are currently being accepted and
the application deadline is June
The Klamath Project Drought Response Agency (KPDRA) is currently
accepting applications for
its 2022 No Irrigation Programs to provide financial assistance
and/or relief to local farmers and ranchers
who normally receive surface water through the Klamath Project.
The application deadline is June 15,
There are two programs:
First, qualified irrigators who do not apply irrigation water
from any source to eligible Klamath
Project lands from November 1, 2021 to October 31, 2022 may be
eligible for Full Season Program
Second, qualified irrigators who irrigated between November 1,
2021 and February 28, 2022, but
do not apply irrigation water from any source to eligible
Project Lands from March 1, 2022 and October
31, 2022, may be eligible for Partial Season Program
Eligibility criteria are set forth in detail in the Programs
Policy. Please review the policy carefully
as criteria have changed from prior years.
For unirrigated lands, the KPDRA will make a determination
regarding the amount of
compensation per acre based, in part, upon the funding available
to it from the Bureau of Reclamation and
the number of eligible acres participating in the program(s).
The Programs Policy and additional information regarding the
2022 No Irrigation Program and
the application process can be found at the KPDRA website,
Applications are currently being accepted and the
application deadline is June 15, 2022.
Questions and inquiries can be directed to email@example.com
An Application Workshop will be held at the Klamath Water Users
Association Office (2312
South Sixth Street, Klamath Falls) on May 19th from 8AM – 3PM.
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