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2018 Legislative Action Update
The 2018 Idaho Legislature is now in session. Their work includes a variety of issue that are important to Idaho water users. This link is designed to help you keep abreast of where the bill stands in the legislative process. Each piece of legislation can be viewed via links inside the report itself. Please select LEGISLATIVE UPDATE to view the most current report.
Awards Go to 13 at IWUA Convention
A total of 13 individuals were presented awards January 24th at a special banquet during the 81st Annual Convention and general meeting of the Idaho Water Users Association. Click here to see names & award.
The Association also formally passed memorial resolutions honoring six individuals who were deeply involved in Idaho water issues and who passed away during the past year. Click here to see names.
The Convention concluded January 25th with the annual legislative banquet.
Applicator Workshops Coming Up Soon
Note: The Applicator Workshops original dates have changed to March 7 in Meridian and March 8 in Rupert.
The Association has scheduled its annual series of applicator workshops for the first part of March. The specific schedule is listed below. Please note that Office & Program Manager Karen Edwards needs to know in advance how many will be attending from each irrigation entity.
For more information and important instructions for the workshops please click on: Workshop Information.
IWUA is organized to promote, aid and assist the development, control, conservation, preservation and utilization of the water resources of the State of Idaho and to cooperate with similar organizations in other states. IWUA represents irrigation water users, municipalities, hydropower, aquaculture, agri-businesses and businesses interested in the perpetuation of wise water use in Idaho and our nation. The Idaho Water Users Association consists of approximately 300 irrigation districts and canal companies, agri-businesses, public water supply organizations, professional firms and individuals from around the state that manage water supplies for more than 2 million acres of irrigated Idaho farmland.