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Common Ground

We've shared the land and the water for generations. The ranchers and farmers in the upper basin and the Klamath Tribes have plenty of common ground.

The tribe needs the water for fish habitat and for cultural and traditional activities. We recognize and support that need. Read more.

 

Regional Economic Prosperity

The soil in the Wood River Valley is some of the best in the world for raising grass-fed beef. Family farms and ranches have been doing that for five generations. In the fragile economy of our region, losing any of these ranches would be devastating. Read more.

Sustainable Water Solutions

We're committed to finding a sustainable, mutually beneficial solution for water sharing in the Upper Klamath Basin. We seek a solution that allows ranchers and irrigators enough water and also provides the water the Tribe needs for fish habitat.

Since 2014, when the UKBCA was negotiated and signed, the Upper Basin ranchers and irrigators have worked in good faith to implement the agreement. Read more.