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|Friday, March 19, 2010|
In an effort to help threatened coho salmon survive the drought, a new plan will give Klamath Basin farmers just 30% of normal irrigation water.
The 1,300 farms on the Klamath Reclamation Project will start receiving irrigation in mid-May, six weeks later than usual.
Read the full story at The Bulletin.
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