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State wildlife officials will ask the public for input on suction dredging in state waters at four public meetings, including one in Spokane.
The Idaho Water Resource Board will spend $2.4 million on upgrades to Priest Lake, including work on the outlet dam and improvements to the Thorofare linking the upper and lower lakes.
Suction dredge mining could be permanently banned from Western Oregon’s wild salmon habitat under a bill that has passed the Oregon House.
The Port of Coos Bay has stepped up its public outreach efforts in recent weeks to promote its proposed $400 million channel modification project.
The federal agency that maintains shipping channels along Lake Erie will keep open Cleveland’s harbor this year after reaching an agreement with Ohio’s environmental regulators in a long-running dispute over costs.
California’s ban on the use of suction dredges to extract gold from rivers is legal and not overridden by a 19th century federal law that allows mining on federal land, the California Supreme Court ruled Monday.
From our archives, 100 years ago The Great War in Europe claimed another casualty – on a farm in Idaho.
LEWISTON, Idaho — An administrative judge has rejected plans by hobbyist miners to set up suction dredging operations along a prized cutthroat trout stream in North Idaho.
BOISE – An Idaho conservation group has dropped its lawsuit challenging state approval of a plan to dredge a stretch of the Salmon River for gold. The Idaho Conservation League on Wednesday filed paperwork in 4th District Court voluntarily dismissing its petition for judicial review, backing away from its lawsuit because Mike Conklin, of Grangeville, scrapped his plans to dredge the river.