Trump’s order directs the EPA and Corps to consider adopting the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s 2006 definition, which could hit mitigation banking hard.
Called swales, the plants and soil keep pollutants out of river, aquifer.
The Division of Wildlife Resource says it discovered three boats in northern Utah that were infested with quagga mussels
The state’s highest court has not yet responded to the motion as of Friday, according to the court clerk.
Western Washington irrigators receive curtailment notices
It’s a new day at the Bureau of Reclamation with the agency focusing on water infrastructure projects, according to the top administrator.
Idaho’s new trespass law makes entering a property a punishable offense, which would legally apply to irrigation district employees taking a shortcut to reach a headgate.
New research suggests the magnitude 6.0 earthquake that rocked California wine country in August 2014 may have been caused by an expansion of Earth's crust due to seasonally receding groundwater under the Napa and Sonoma valleys
Logging on the Clatsop and Tillamook state forests is a key source of funding for area counties.
The change means all Northwest states will administer their own Pollutant Discharge Elimination System programs.
Leaders of the Blackfeet Nation and U.S. Interior Department have put into effect a $471 million settlement of water rights claims for the northwestern Montana tribe that was decades in the making
Supreme Court upholds order to replace fish-blocking culverts
Justice Anthony Kennedy stepped aside from the case because of an earlier 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals case.
Supreme Court lets culvert order stand