Idaho has completed the adjudication of tens of thousands of water rights in the Snake River Basin. The 28-year confirmation process has secured the fortunes of thousands of Idaho farmers and businessmen, made dozens of attorneys rich and ensured Idaho has control over its water into the future.
Idaho has completed the adjudication of tens of thousands of water rights in the Snake River Basin. The 28-year confirmation process has secured the fortunes of thousands of Idaho farmers and businessmen, made dozens of attorneys rich and ensured Idaho has control over its water into the future. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Idaho has completed the adjudication of tens of thousands of water rights in the Snake River Basin. The 28-year confirmation process has secured the fortunes of thousands of Idaho farmers and businessmen, made dozens of attorneys rich and ensured Idaho has control over its water into the future. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

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