Both the federal government and Idaho groundwater districts are contributing to an increase in payments under the Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program to entice more growers to conserve water by retiring marginal crop land.
The Utah Department of Environmental Quality is advising beachgoers that three more Utah reservoirs have outbreaks of harmful algal blooms
The 10-mile stretch of Portland’s Willamette River remains highly contaminated from decades of industrial use.
State officials hope the Federal Emergency Management Agency will foot up to 75 percent of the repair bill.
EPA picks Alaskan to head Northwest region
The Yakima Basin’s mountain reservoirs have greater water carryover than usual heading into winter rebuilding for next year’s season.
A plan released by California’s Department of Water Resources calls for Lake Oroville to be drained below 700 feet in elevation despite a congressman’s criticism of the idea.
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation has waived a requirement that Palisades Reservoir space-holders keep their canal gates shut through winter.
Washington Ecology requests funding to address Hirst decision
Marc Staunton’s family’s farm was among those that spearheaded the Walking Wetlands project.
An upcoming conference about climate change will to be hosted at Boise State University, Idaho State University and University of Idaho.
The Flathead Basin Commission and seaplane pilots’ groups are figuring out how they can perform inspections on the planes.
House Bill 3144 cancels court orders for spilling water and analyzing dam removal.
Although it’s an important boost of support for Gov. Jerry Brown’s ambitious project, the fate of the 35-mile-long tunnels remains somewhat uncertain.