BOISE — It’s not cliche to say water is the lifeblood of Idaho. And nowhere in the state is that more true than in the high-desert, highly-populated region of the Treasure Valley. It’s a commodity that is counted on daily, especially as we get into the summer months.

As we keep a constant eye on the snowpack each year to determine the availability of our most valuable resource, a recent study has taken a look at the future of what our demand may look like. To read the full article:


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