A farm that raises tilapia and frogs has agreed to a deal with the federal Enviornmental Protectioin Agency over alleged water pollution.
The U.S. House Natural Resources Committee holds an oversight field hearing Dec. 9 on draft recomme
Oregon's director of agriculture says a pilot project monitoring the water quality of two creeks is
After months of talks, Upper Klamath Basin irrigators and tribal members have reached a water-sharin
Idaho water users are concerned about Canada's desire to utilize water from the upper Snake River reservoir system for basin-wide flood control. The issue will be worked out during negotiations between U.S. and Canadian officials reviewing the Columbia...
A state assemblyman will discuss California water issues at a forum in Redding on Dec. 4.
A developer and his contractor have been fined by the Washington Department of Ecology for excavation in Mission Creek near Cashmere in alleged violation of state regulations.
The public is invited to comment on applications by port districts in Lewiston, Idaho and Clarkston, Wash., to dredge sediment out of their berthing areas. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers expects to issue an environmental impact statement for its...
California faces equal chances of above- or below-normal precipitation this winter, according to the federal Climate Prediction Center. But even a normal season wouldn't be enough to end the state's drought.
The Washington Department of Ecology has fined a Royal City farmer close to $60,000 for alleged illegal irrigation of cropland. Ecology has fined the family $270,000 over the years.
The Public Utilities Commission has approved a settlement restoring a program that gives Idaho Power irrigators a credit to shut off pumps during peak electricity hours.
Members of the Senate and House Western caucuses have sent a letter telling the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to stop trying to regulate non-federal waters as part of a rule redefining "waters of the United States" in the Clean Water Act.
An environmental group has appealed a water right issued by the Washington Department of Ecology to the Kennewick Public Hospital District. The hospital district intends to sell the water rights and the land associated with it to Easterday Farms.