The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality is calling for long-term monitoring of nitrates, bacteria and pesticides in the Walla Walla Basin to protect groundwater aquifers from future contamination.
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State, federal and tribal agencies are teaming up to study declining groundwater levels in the Walla Walla Basin, part of a new long-term strategy to balance the region's water needs.
Warm and dry weather played out across Oregon in April, exacerbating drought conditions statewide and shrinking mountain snowpack at a record rate for some monitoring sites in the mid-Cascades.
Recent heavy rains hold some future benefit