Klamath Basin funds aimed to help growers

May 2004
Western Farm Press;5/15/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 13, p24
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Reports that United States Department of Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman has released an additional $7.3 million to assist growers institute measures that improve ground and surface water conservation in the Klamath Basin in Oregon and California. Fund made available through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program; Water in the Basin is critical for the survival of fish and wildlife; Financial and technical assistance to improve efficiency of irrigation systems.


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