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.
The House passed a Republican-backed measure reversing an Environmental Protection Agency requirement that those spraying pesticides on or near rivers and lakes file for a permit
Idaho water users say a new state law helped them recharge more water in the aquifer during a big wa
Crews aim to replace the lower portion of the spillway by Nov. 1.
The Westland Irrigation District has backed out of the Central Project, which would have delivered Columbia River water to farmers.
A swath of the hillside gave way Saturday night, covering about one-third of a mile of Highway 1
Both Trump and EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt portray the environmental agency as a job-killing federal bureaucracy.
The shutdown will let construction crews tackle the bulk of a $275 million project.
California growers, researchers prepare for dry spells to come; drip irrigation goes underground.
The closure will now remain in effect until officials determine that domoic acid levels no longer pose a significant risk to public health.
The Oregon Water Resources Commission has awarded $400,000 to eight water project feasibility studies, including a proposal to re-use wastewater for irrigiation in John Day.
Expense of repairing Wallowa Lake dam leads private company to explore public option
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 deliberately didn't advocate for specific legislation, in keeping with legal counsel from EPA