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Idaho groundwater users give lawmakers, libraries Swan Falls book
Courtesy of Jim Jones
Idaho groundwater users give lawmakers, libraries Swan Falls book
Idaho groundwater users have purchased copies of a book by former Idaho Supreme Court Justice Jim Jones on the historic Swan Falls Agreement to give to state lawmakers and libraries.

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Westland Irrigation District backs out of Central Project
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The Westland Irrigation District has backed out of the Central Project, which would have delivered Columbia River water to farmers.
Massive slide covers stretch of iconic California highway
A swath of the hillside gave way Saturday night, covering about one-third of a mile of Highway 1
Trump budget slashes money of clean air and water programs
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California to shut dam’s battered spillway for repairs
The shutdown will let construction crews tackle the bulk of a $275 million project.
California growers, researchers preparing for next drought
California growers, researchers preparing for next drought
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Commercial rock crab fishery closed in Northern California
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Grant funding approved for John Day wastewater irrigation study, seven other proposals
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Ditch company explores switch to irrigation district
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Expense of repairing Wallowa Lake dam leads private company to explore public option
Idaho Supreme Court to decide Treasure Valley flood control issue
Idaho Supreme Court to decide Treasure Valley flood control issue
The disagreement between Treasure Valley irrigators and the state over whether water released to prevent flooding should be counted against reservoir storage rights will be decided by the Idaho Supreme Court.
What’s Upstream followed EPA’s counsel on lobbying
What’s Upstream followed EPA’s counsel on lobbying
What's Upstream deliberately didn't advocate for specific legislation, in keeping with legal counsel from EPA

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