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Join us on July 7 for a community conversation on issues and ideas from the Magic Valley Latino/a community.

Will Idaho have enough water this summer?

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Bureau of Reclamation, Pacific Northwest Region. Major Storage Reservoirs in the Boise & Payette River Basins...also known informally as the "Teacup" map.

Idaho remains in a drought, despite all the wet, cold weather this spring.

So, we’re taking a look at our water supply, how recent storms have made a difference in drought conditions and whether we’ll have enough water to get through the summer.

Joining Idaho Matters to answer all of our water-related questions is Erin Whorton, a water supply specialist with the National Resources Conservation Service Idaho Snow Survey.

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As Senior Producer of our live daily talk show Idaho Matters, I’m able to indulge my love of storytelling and share all kinds of information (I was probably a Town Crier in a past life!). My career has allowed me to learn something new everyday and to share that knowledge with all my friends on the radio.