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Living with beavers

On Nov. 5, 2020 the Lands Council installed two 4-inch pipes through a beaver dam on Linda Jovanovich's Palouse property. The pipes, known broadly as flow-mitigation devices, will allow Jovanovich to live alongside the large rodents.

Then and Now: The R.A. Hanson Co.

Raymond A. Hanson made a fortune as the inventor of a system used to harvest wheat on the undulating hills of the Palouse. In 1976, the company that bore his name purchased a former Kaiser Aluminum magnesium plant.

Moscow conservation efforts paying off

Moscow Environmental Services Manager Kyle Steele said Moscow could draw less water than it did in 1989 – when about 8,000 fewer people resided in Moscow than today – with a December pump of less than 34 million gallons.

“Wildlife on the Palouse” comes to Colfax Library

Learn about wildlife on the Palouse with local biologist Brian Gaston on Monday, March 11 at 6 p.m. in The Center at Colfax Library. This meeting of ‘Science on the Palouse” focuses upon the wildlife found on the Palouse, their behaviors and habitats. The “Science on the Palouse” series will continue the second Monday of each month with regional experts exploring new topics and issues each month.