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Boise Project Board of Control irrigators will have good water year
Irrigators in Southwestern Idaho and a small part of Eastern Oregon who get their water from the Boise Project Board of Control are looking at a good water year.

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Sustainability policy won’t threaten existing water rights, board member says
Sustainability policy won’t threaten existing water rights, board member says
The policy focuses on active stewarship to ensure current uses and provide for future needs.
Idaho sees 250 percent gain in mustard acres
Idaho sees 250 percent gain in mustard acres
Eastern Idaho mustard acres are up by roughly 250 percent.
SW Idaho water outlook bright even as river flows decrease
SW Idaho water outlook bright even as river flows decrease
The 2016 water outlook for irrigators in Southwestern Idaho is still good, although some water supply managers are a little concerned about a recent drop in river levels.
Dairy cooperative accuses Sorrento of contract breach
Sorrento, a major cheese producer, is accused of breaching a contract to buy organic milk from a dairy cooperative.
Environmental concerns dominate water policy hearing
Environmental concerns dominate water policy hearing
Environmental interests dominated the first of seven public hearings to be held on a draft sustainability policy that will be added to Idaho's state water plan.
Idaho’s 2017 field burning season could be reduced
Idaho’s 2017 field burning season could be reduced
Idaho farm groups aer urging state environmental regulators to speed up the process of amending the state's crop residue burning program to avoid a major disruption to the 2017 burn season.
Smithsonian water exhibit traveling through Idaho
Smithsonian water exhibit traveling through Idaho
A Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibit highlighting the importance of water to the state has opened at the Idaho Falls Public Library and will move to six Idaho cities before leaving the state next spring.
Hundreds attend community dairy tour in Idaho
Hundreds attend community dairy tour in Idaho
Hundreds of people learned the basics of dairy farming June 10 during a community dairy tour on the Jackson Family Farm in Meridian, Idaho.
Earthquake shakes lightly populated area in Montana, Idaho
No calls have come in following the temblor that the U.S. Geological Survey says occurred at 5:15 a.m. near Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge.
Plaque honors late director of Idaho’s Mexico trade office
Plaque honors late director of Idaho’s Mexico trade office
A memorial plaque honoring Armando Orellana, the long-time manager of Idaho's Mexico trade office who passed away in March, now hangs on the wall of the Hispanic Cultural Center of Idaho.

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