MORE WITH LESS: HOW IRRIGATION MODERNIZATION MAKES LIFE BETTER FOR FISH, FARMS AND FAMILIES

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Editorial: Close the gap on water in the Deschutes Basin

Bend Bulletin Editorial Board, Published Sept. 9, 2019 Farmers near Madras and Culver have had to again this year let some of their land fallow because of lack of water, as The Bulletin reported on Sa…

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DESCHUTES BASIN HABITAT CONSERVATION PLAN UPDATE

The eight irrigation districts that serve Central Oregon and the City of Prineville have committed over a decade to working with local municipalities, state and federal agencies, the Confederated Trib…

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Swalley Modernization Project Authorized to Move Forward

Piping project will keep more water in-stream for fish and sustain local agriculture  (April 4, 2019) – Plans to continue modernizing aging irrigation infrastructure in the Swalley Irrigation …

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Arnold Irrigation canal-piping project public meeting set

KTVZ.COM April 2 BEND, Ore. – The Arnold Irrigation District and project partners are holding a public meeting later this month to gather public input on a canal piping project to modernize ag…

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Another irrigation district piping project coming to Bend

Bend Bulletin Published April 5, 2019 Central Oregon residents will have a chance to weigh in later this month on a massive project to pipe canals to the south of Bend. The Bend-based Arnold Irrigatio…

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Guest column: Finding common ground for farmers, food and fish

Bend Bulletin Guest Column                                                                     …

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Oregon’s water infrastructure hasn’t been upgraded for 100 years. Some think it’s time to fix that.

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Guest column: City, county, irrigation districts committed to long-term Crooked River health

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El Niño could bring warm, dry winter to Central Oregon

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Federal money flows into Deschutes Basin piping projects

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A River Runs Through Here

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Tumalo Irrigation canal piping gets federal go-ahead

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Deschutes Irrigators, Environmentalists Seek ‘Shared Vision’

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Deschutes Irrigators, Environmentalists Seek ‘Shared Vision’

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Editorial: Pipe around canal stretch declared historic

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Editorial: Pipe around canal stretch declared historic

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Editorial: Canal piping pays off for all

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It’s Irrigation Time! Where does the water go, and how do we conserve it?

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It's time to say "Good Bye" to John Hargrove. John has been a Patrolman at COID for 26 years. We wish you the best retirement E...

It's time to say "Good Bye" to John Hargrove. John has been a Patrolman at COID for 26 years. We wish you the best retirement EVER!…

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National Public Lands Day. What will you do?

National Public Lands Day. What will you do?…

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Volunteer Opportunity: Fall Fish Rescue - DRC News & Resources

Calling for volunteers to help relocate stranded fish as flows in the river drop for storage season! Recall that with the wind-down of the growing-season, the irrigation districts of Central Oregon re…

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Farm Aid 2020 Celebrate 35 years of Farm Aid with the biggest lineup yet: Willie Nelson, Neil Young, Dave Matthews, John Mellencamp, Bonnie Raitt, Boz Scaggs, Chris Stapleton, Nathaniel Rateliff, Nora…

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Central Oregon Irrigation District is hiring for a ditch rider/patrolman position. We are not taking applications or resumes via...

Central Oregon Irrigation District is hiring for a ditch rider/patrolman position. We are not taking applications or resumes via Facebook. Please follow the link below for the job description and how …

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How a 'Hillbilly Brigade' saved an Oregon town from raging wildfires

People helping people. This is the Oregon we love Nicole West steered her bulldozer through the smoldering forest, pushing logs into the underbrush and away from the wildfires ripping through Oregon's…

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Can you guess the top 20 Agriculture Commodities from 2019? Oregon Department of Agriculture has the answers. Visit the link below and test your ag knowledge https://oda.direct/AgStats(Feed generated …

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Deschutes County

Thank you to all the helpers! Tonight the Deschutes County Commissioners and Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center team prepared and donated dinner for wildfire evacuees. We’re so happy to be able…

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Central Oregon Irrigation District provides funds for water conservation

The Deschutes River Conservancy and the Central Oregon Irrigation District have announced a partnership to increase on-farm irrigation efficiency and water conservation efforts. (Feed generated with …

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Deschutes River changes color after reservoir goes dry

Some people have asked about the color of the irrigation water lately. This may be the answer to the question Trail walkers, anglers, kayakers and others who use the Deschutes River were greeted with …

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National CleanUp Day was founded to celebrate the importance of uniting to care for our outdoor spaces and remove litter so our ...

National CleanUp Day was founded to celebrate the importance of uniting to care for our outdoor spaces and remove litter so our trails, parks, and community spaces remain pleasant and unmarred by wast…

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Deschutes River changes color after reservoir goes dry

https://www.bendbulletin.com/localstate/deschutes-river-changes-color-after-reservoir-goes-dry/article_0c023fc8-f864-11ea-ab60-df28280cbde3.html Trail walkers, anglers, kayakers and others who use the…

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New Program Aims to Increase On-farm Irrigation Efficiencies and Conserve Water - DRC News & Resources

At a time when Central Oregon’s water resources are being stretched further than ever, improving on-farm efficiencies has great potential to conserve water in a way that is beneficial to all user…

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Firefighters need water, Oregon farmers make it happen

These are the stories that I love to share 👩‍🚒🧑‍🌾🧑‍🚒👩‍🌾 Oregon’s agricultural community rushed to the a…

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▶️ Despite drought, 2 irrigation districts resume much-needed water deliveries

By BROOKE SNAVELY CENTRAL OREGON DAILY NEWS Despite the drought, two local irrigation districts have resumed drawing water from the Deschutes River and …

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Here is some useless information, just for fun: Today is the 260th day of the year. There are 106 days of 2020 left

Here is some useless information, just for fun: Today is the 260th day of the year. There are 106 days of 2020 left…

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Take precautions when wildfire ash falls on fruits and vegetables

Things to know: CORVALLIS, Ore. – Fruits and vegetables in the garden that have been showered with ash from wildfires should be safe to consume, according to Oregon State University Extension Ser…

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