Cache Water District, Logan And Hyde Park Participating In Evaluation On Logan River Watershed
Cache Water District has launched an environmental evaluation in the Logan River Watershed to study possible flood and efficient water use solutions in Cache County.
The proposal for federal Natural Resources Conservation Service funding was submitted by the Cache Water District.
One option would pipe and pressurize canals — in Logan, North Logan and Hyde Park — serviced by Crockett Avenue Irrigation and Distribution, Inc, which could leave the existing open canals, like those on the Island in Logan, to help mitigate flood risks. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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