Our Klamath Basin
Upholding rural Americans' rights to grow food,
own property, and caretake our wildlife and natural resources.
Patrons of Klamath Irrigation District and our stakeholders,
Below are the facts as we know them on 2 April 2021.
The water storage situation in Upper Klamath Lake has
not gotten any better since our last update. Very
little precipitation was produced in March, even less
entered Upper Klamath Lake.
Inflows to Upper Klamath Lake have broken the all-time
daily low records dating back to 1904 for just about
every day since 18 January.
The 10-day weather forecast predicts no precipitation in
the immediate area.
On 31 March, Governor Brown issued a Drought Declaration
for Klamath County – a copy can be found at
Klamath Irrigation District has prepared the system for
the initial charge of the system which is required
before deliveries can be made.
Today Reclamation issued an update to their delayed
start notice. This document can be viewed at
Klamath Irrigation District is pursuing legal action as
can be found on our website at
Klamath Irrigation District is continuing maintenance
activities to address a very long list of deferred
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