Idaho: Water Supply and the Land Use Connection
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Even among the rapidly expanding western states, Idaho’s population is one of the fastest growing. While Idaho has generally not experienced water shortages except in times of drought, the newly burgeoning populations bring to the fore the need to address water supply issues proactively rather than reactively.
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