US NEWS FEEDS
The district will receive $45,000 from the county, as it has in years past, as well as $50,000 matching funds from the State of Idaho.
After a half-hour conversation Aug. 1, the path was paved for the Ada County Commission to fully fund the Ada Soil and Water Conservation District. "They look forward to working with us, and we look forward to working with them," said ASWCD Board President Glen Edwards.…
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