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  • Water Resources Development Program *New*
     
    The Water Resources Development Program seeks to help individuals and communities address their instream and out-of-stream needs now and into the future.  The following pages contain information related to Place-Based Planning Pilot Grants, Feasibility Study Grants, and Water Project Grants and Loans.
     
    Click here to learn more about the Water Resources Development Program.
  • Klamath Regulation Update



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  • Oregon's 2017 Integrated Water Resources Strategy - Now Available Online

    This past December, the Water Resources Commission adopted Oregon's 2017 Integrated Water Resources Strategy, a framework for better understanding and meeting our instream and out-of-stream water needs, including water quantity, water quality, and ecosystem needs. Using a process that involved extensive public outreach, the 2017 Strategy identifies the most critical water-related challenges facing communities throughtout Oregon. It offers recommendations in 13 issues areas to address these challenges.

    To download the 2017 Integrated Water Resources Strategy, please visit this website.

     

Agency Resources Agency Spotlight
 
Klamath Water Distribution Update
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Funding Opportunities
The Department offers grants and loans to assist with evaluating and developing water resources projects that help address instream and out-of-stream water needs. Click here to learn more about our grant and loan opportunities.
 
Department Rulemaking
Click here to view information on current rulemaking activities, including public comment periods and public hearings. 

Water Use and Marijuana
Click here to view the Handout on Understanding Water Use Regulations: Medical and Recreational Marijuana, which provides an overview of Oregon’s water laws and Department contact information. 
 
Marijuana Producer Exempt Water Form - This form is provided to fulfill documentation required in section 5, subsection 3 of OLCC’s Marijuana Cultivation Plan for Producers for water access not requiring a water right.
 
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