Anderson Ranch Reservoir east of Mountain Home stores water on the South Fork of the Boise River. The Cat Creek Energy hydro project would draw water from the lake into a new reservoir at a higher elevation and then run it through turbines to produce energy as it returns to Anderson Ranch.
Anderson Ranch Reservoir east of Mountain Home stores water on the South Fork of the Boise River. The Cat Creek Energy hydro project would draw water from the lake into a new reservoir at a higher elevation and then run it through turbines to produce energy as it returns to Anderson Ranch. Idaho Statesman file
Anderson Ranch Reservoir east of Mountain Home stores water on the South Fork of the Boise River. The Cat Creek Energy hydro project would draw water from the lake into a new reservoir at a higher elevation and then run it through turbines to produce energy as it returns to Anderson Ranch. Idaho Statesman file

Energy project would build new reservoir near Mountain Home

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