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UI researcher honored for clean water innovations
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UI researcher honored for clean water innovations
Greg Moller’s team will be heading for Canada to test the technology’s ability to remove and recover nutrients in agricultural runoff water. Similar testing is planned for the Boise Basin, and testing on dairy lagoon water for nutrient...

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Huge 2017 snowpack gives Idaho irrigators a boost
Huge 2017 snowpack gives Idaho irrigators a boost
Many reservoirs in Idaho and Eastern Oregon have significantly more water than normal for this time of year and irrigators who depend on them are looking at a promising water season in 2018.
Recovery plans for Snake River salmon, steelhead released
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries plan include spring and summer chinook, fall chinook and steelhead.
Large stocks of wheat, corn keep prices down
Large stocks of wheat, corn keep prices down
Big supplies of corn and wheat around the world dampen the market outlook, but there could be upside if crops in the Southern Hemisphere are tight.
Farmers in Washington and Idaho seek answer for acidic soil
Some farmers in northern Idaho and western Washington are looking for solutions after years of applying nitrogen-based fertilizer has left their land with acidic soil
Idaho ranchers encouraged to claim stock watering rights on federal land
Idaho ranchers encouraged to claim stock watering rights on federal land
Idaho ranchers attending an Idaho Farm Bureau Federation conference were encouraged to file stock watering claims on federal grazing allotments. A bill passed by the legislature earlier this year provides them a great opportunity to prevail on those...
Idaho Farm Bureau members support protecting water rights
Idaho Farm Bureau members support protecting water rights
Idaho Farm Bureau Federation members debated several issues during their annual meeting this week, including wolves, water rights and wheat discounts.
Jackson Hole Winery perfecting production at high altitudes
Great wine starts with great grapes, the kind that can't survive an 8-month-long winter
Russet potato supplies are tight, boosting prices
Russet potato supplies are tight, boosting prices
With no slowdown in usage through November, the shortfall in this year’s russet potato production in the Pacific Northwest is going to lead to a supply crunch over the next six months.
County issues disaster declaration for town without water
Town officials say a cause has not been determined for why the wells suddenly quit functioning.
Where protected lands stand after national monument review
U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke conducted a review of 27 monuments established by former presidents over more than two decades.

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