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A new study finds that the costs to farmers and the region’s economy if the four dams on the lower Snake River were removed would average roughly $76 million a year.
Farm and irrigation advocates worry that a partial fix to Oregon water storage law may lead to new complications farther down the road.
A study, published in Current Psychology, found a substantial link between procrastination and clutter problems in all age groups. Frustration…
Kristin Meira, executive director of the Pacific Northwest Waterways Association.
The Lower Granite Dam on the Snake River is seen near Pomeroy, Wash.
A fix to Oregon’s water storage law hasn’t won the support of irrigator and farm groups, who say the bill is incomplete.