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Herald and News: Klamath Falls, Oregon
http://www.heraldandnews.com/articles/2004/03/10/news/agriculture/ag2.txt
Environmental Quality program deadline nears

Published March 10, 2004

Officials with the Klamath Soil and Water Conservation District and the Natural Resource Conservation Service have set a March 19 deadline for "EQIP" applications.

The Environmental Quality Incentives Program related to water quality and watershed health benefits in Klamath County.

Practices that will benefit water quality, watershed health, or both, may be eligible for up to a 50 percent cost share through EQIP.

For more information, call 883-6932.



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