SPOKANE, Washington – Washington’s Department of Ecology has released a new environmental study of an ambitious plan to make more Grand Coulee Dam water available for farms, towns and fish in Eastern Washington.
The study of the largest new influx of water in three decades from Lake Roosevelt, the reservoir behind Grand Coulee in central Washington, stems from a 2006 law intended to break a logjam of demands for Columbia River water.
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Source: Associated Press
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