For decades, Idaho cities and farms have relied on the Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer. In the early 2000s, years of drought forced competing water users to come together. Five years into the compromise, officials say water levels are improving and that the system could provide some lessons for the West on managing declining aquifers.
Today on the weekly Idaho Matters Reporter Roundtable, Boise State Public Radio's Heath Druzin , Kevin Richert of Idaho Ed News and Idaho Statesman Opinion Editor Scott McIntosh discuss the state's School Reopening Plan , racist counter-protesters at racial justice rallies and the state's spike in coronavirus cases.
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