The 23 proposed programs are mostly in Oregon and Washington, but there are some in Idaho and one in California.
Irrigators can develop up to 144,100 acre feet in Eastern Oregon with the renewal of water reservati
Farmers, ranchers and others associated with agriculture need to tell the federal government how imp
A report by the Washington Department of Ecology looks at two main options for reducing flood-damage
A unique reimbursement offers farmers the amount of money they would have received by growing a crop on streamside buffers.
The 3-million-gallon blowout tainted rivers in Colorado, New Mexico and Utah with tons of toxic heavy metals including arsenic, mercury and lead.
Backers of the proposed Sites Reservoir in the western Sacramento Valley believe they're gaining momentum as the state prepares to fund projects under Proposition 1, the water bond passed by voters in 2014.
The Columbia Basin Development League's annual meeting in Moses Lake will focus on infrastructure improvement.
Oregon water regulators seek $3 million to deal with groundwater concerns.
Farm groups say a proposal to send more water down the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers to help fish could further deprive farms and ranches of water and lead to legal challenges.
A full irrigation allotment for the first time in four years has helped farmers in Oregon and Idaho who depend on the Owyhee Reservoir start to get back to their normal rotations.
California farm groups adamantly oppose any such water cuts to agriculture.
Congress considers getting behind a $451.6 million Puget Sound project opposed by the Washington Farm Bureau.
An Oregon irrigation district wants a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit accusing it of cheating farmers out of water.