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.
Washington Democrats present their latest thinking on rural wells
A proposal to develop new instream water rights to protect flows in Oregon’s Hood River basin
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries plan include spring and summer chinook, fall chinook and steelhead.
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 Federation members debated several issues during their annual meeting this week, including wolves, water rights and wheat discounts.
Three irrigation piping projects and a hydroelectric facility fish ladder have won $6.3 million from Oregon’s water supply development fund.
The Oregon Water Resources Department will host a pair of meetings Monday and Tuesday in Umatilla County to discuss new rules in the Walla Walla sub-basin.
The U.S. State Department has announced negotiations to modernize the Columbia River Treaty between the United States and Canada will begin in early 2018.
Town officials say a cause has not been determined for why the wells suddenly quit functioning.
A new study may help farmers to irrigate more efficiently by looking at the rate of transpiration in plants.
Groundwater districts report they are about half way toward meeting a goal of installing flow meters on wells throughout the Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer.
The California Supreme Court says the state's water conservation districts don't need voter approval for fees intended to conserve groundwater
Cargill to pay $70,000 to settle suit