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Water for Jobs and Fish: The Red Mountain AVA/Kiona Diversion Project

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10-12-004June 2010
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Author(s) Tim Hill
Description The Office of Columbia River and the Kennewick Irrigation District are collaborationg on a project that will irrigate 1,785 acres of land and add 7,500 acre feet of water to a stretch of the Yakima River that is critical to salmon survival.
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Keywords Yakima River, jobs
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 37 Lower Yakima