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Central Oregon Reservoirs

Monday, 16 July 2018 09:04

Central Oregon reservoirs a cause for concern

Barely 18 months after Central Oregon’s first above-average snowpack in years, its large reservoirs are once again running drier than normal as the heart of irrigation season approaches.... Click on link for full article.

Central Oregon Reservoirs

 

Email Communication

Thursday, 15 March 2018 00:00

North Unit Irrigation District is launching a new patron email service that will help keep patrons better informed of things that affect the district and your irrigation service/water rights. Please click on the link below.

Email communication form (pdf 184kb)

   

2018 RRA Important Notice

Monday, 05 March 2018 00:00

Reclamation Reform Act (RRA) forms must be completed before the 2018 water season. Forms are required from all landholders (owners and operators) who hold (own or lease) over 240 acres and from all public entities that hold (own or lease) over 40 acres. Although district staff will be glad to assist you, it is your responsibility to know the law and comply with the forms requirements.

 

RRA Form Notice 2018

Bureau of Reclamation RRA Forms

 

LEPA - LESA Trials in the Pacific Northwest

Thursday, 09 February 2017 09:16

Irrigation accounts for 80-90% of the consumptive use of water in the arid areas of the Pacific Northwest where water shortages are felt the keenest.  Center pivots and linear move irrigation systems account for well over half of the total irrigated acres in the Pacific Northwest, or 3.9 million irrigated acres (NASS Farm and Ranch Irrigation Survey, 2013).  Even small changes in the efficiency of these systems will have a huge impact on the total water conservation in the Pacific Northwest. For more information click on the links below.

 

LEPA - LESA  Low Energy Precision Application    Low Elevation Spray Application

LEPA - LESA Short Handout

   

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