A swath of Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas has been in a drought or near-drought condition for six months.
Nine Eastern Idaho canal companies have formed a group to conduct managed aquifer recharge to benefi
The state Department of Water Resources is holding a series of meetings in Northern California to di
With the regular session in its final days, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee said he has not studied a Sen
A hydrologist is developing a predictive model for the Aberdeen-Springfield Canal Co.’s system to improve its efficiency.
Cloud seeding and its potential to increase snowpack levels were a main topic of discussion during a joint meeting of the Western Snow Conference and Weather Modification Association.
Water diversions started in the early 1900s with the establishment of the Kekaha Sugar Plantation’s ditch systems.
Idaho groundwater districts participating in water call settlement with the Surface Water Coalition have exceeded their goal of conserving 240,000 acre-feet of water in 2016.
Research by a University of Idaho ag economist shows that droughts are good for farmers as a group because they cause production to decrease and prices to increase.
Rancher Becky Hyde says the call is potentially devastating for irrigators.
An Associated Press examination of state and federal documents, emails obtained under public records requests and numerous interviews reveal a sequence of questionable decisions and missteps
As a July 1 deadline approaches, many local governments in California’s groundwater basins are struggling to agree on viable local entities to enforce the state’s new pumping regulations.
California announced an increase in State Water Project deliveries one day after the state’s top water official said it could be May or June before a new allocation is made.
The Idaho office of USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service is taking applications for a program aimed at helping farmers improve and retain their flood-irrigation programs.