Overall, 2.3 million adult salmon passed through Bonneville Dam near Portland, making it the second-strongest year on record for the entire Columbia Basin.
Idaho Power will use a program developed by the University of Idaho to analyze the drone video.
Congressional members opposed to the EPA's new Waters of the U.S. rule will use an upcoming appropriations process to try to stop it, Sen. Mike Crapo, R-Idaho, told Idaho farm leaders in Boise Nov. 23.
The U.S. Drought Monitor reports that drought has receded with Western Washington awash in precipita
Idaho groundwater users will have to pay considerably more to the state to buy a trout farm as part of a mitigation plan than they originally budgeted.
Climate change may have an upside for Western Washington agriculture, according to a University of Washington study.
States overestimated how much water the river would deliver in the 1922 compact.
Oregon's water demand will grow 15 percent by 2050, water regulators project.
The Oregon Water Resources Commission approved scenic designations for the Molalla and Chetco rivers, which may restrict water rights and land uses if finalized.
House task force hears lots of ways to raise money for irrigation and other water-releated problems. All involve raising or creating taxes and fees.
The Metropolitan Water District paid $256 million in July to nearly double its Palo Verde holdings to 29,000 acres, or about 30 percent of the valley.
The Senate Energy and Natural Resources indicates support for 10-year, $900 million plan to increase water storage in Yakima River Basin.
The California Department of Water Resources has set up a process for resolving discrepancies over the boundaries of groundwater basins that will be affected by new pumping regulations.
The three Pacific Northwest grain commodity commissions will team up to combat misinformation about the value of Snake River dams.