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Water Supply Committee

As soon as information concerning the upcoming year’s water supply becomes available, IDWR begins analyzing the data to determine if there is potential for a water supply problem. If it becomes apparent that a problem could occur, IDWR alerts the Governor’s Office and organizes a water supply committee to coordinate all drought-related activities in Idaho. This reduces confusion and sets up a means to provide the public with the best possible advice on steps which can be taken to minimize the drought’s impact.

Depending upon the stage and magnitude of the water supply problem, the Water Supply Committee may organize a variety of subcommittees (described below) to help meet its goals. The committee chairman can request that various organizations assign personnel to the subcommittees, and then appoints a chairman for each subcommittee. Each subcommittee chairman is responsible for the organization, membership, and function of the subcommittee and reports to the Water Supply Committee on activities, goals, and progress.

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Idaho usually has adequate surface water supplies, but those water supplies are cyclic. Some years, there is too much and other years not enough. Idaho has experienced a number of water shortages. The earliest well-documented shortages occurred in the 1920s and 1930s during the Dust Bowl era. These historic records are still used today as a benchmark in evaluating potential problems.

Idaho has not been without problems since then. During the early 1960s, several areas in the state experienced water shortages. In 1977, the worst single year on record, a severe water shortage occurred throughout Idaho and the West. In 1987, the water supply ranged from 10 to 50 percent below normal over many areas of the state. The impacts were kept to a minimum because of a good reservoir carry-over supply from 1986 and judicious use of water.

In 1988, even though the overall supply was better (at around 70 percent of normal), the impact was greater because of poor carry-over reservoir storage and dry soil conditions. Conditions in 1991 and 1992 mirrored conditions in 1987 and 1988. Overall, conditions between 1987 and 1993 in the southwestern part of Idaho have displaced the Dust Bowl period of the 1930s as the most severe period of drought on record.

As a result of the 1977 drought, state, federal, and local agencies directed considerable effort toward drought planning and assistance. Valuable information was collected, many water supply problems were addressed, and drought response procedures were developed. An important item not completed in 1977, was the production of a “Drought Plan.” In 1990, a plan was designed to fill that need. The Idaho Water Supply Committee was developed as one action element of that plan.

Water Supply Meeting Presentations

DateTitleAuthor
April 9, 2021April 2021 Idaho Water Supply CommitteeIDWR
March 12, 2021March 2021 Idaho Water Supply CommitteeIDWR
February 12, 2021February 2021 Idaho Water Supply CommitteeIDWR
January 14, 2021January 2021 Idaho Water Supply CommitteeIDWR
November 6, 20202020 Idaho Fall Water Supply Outlook Meeting PresentationsIDWR
November 5, 20202020 Idaho Fall Water Supply Outlook Meeting PresentationsIDWR
April 10, 2020April Water Supply Meeting PresentationsIDWR
March 26, 2020March Water Supply Meeting PresentationsIDWR
February 7, 2020February Water Supply Meeting PresentationsIDWR
January 10, 2020January Water Supply Meeting PresentationsIDWR
April 11, 2019ESPA Managed Recharge ProgramIDWR
May 11, 2017ESPA Managed Recharge ProgramIDWR
April 13, 2017ESPA Managed Recharge ProgramIDWR
March 9, 2017ESPA Managed Recharge ProgramIDWR
February 8, 2017Bear River 2017IDWR
January 12, 2017Idaho Drought Committee for Suggestions to USDMIDWR
January 15, 2016ESPA Managed Recharge UpdateIDWR
January 15, 2016Idaho Update to the US Drought MonitorIDWR
April 10, 2015Idaho Update to the US Drought MonitorIDWR
April 10, 2015ESPA Managed Recharge UpdateIDWR
April 10, 2015Swan Falls Adjusted Average Daily Flow – Current ConditionsIDWR
March 13, 2015Idaho Update to the US Drought MonitorIDWR
March 13, 2015Snake River Milner to Murphy Reach Gains – Current ConditionsIDWR
February 13, 2015Idaho Update to the US Drought MonitorIDWR
February 13, 2015Comments Regarding Drought in IdahoIDWR
January 9, 20152014 Reach Gains UpdateIDWR
January 9, 2015Recharge UpdateIDWR
February 14, 2014ESPA Aquifer Storage Changes – Updated to 2013
IDWR
April 11, 2014MP31 PhotoIDWR
January 11, 20132012 Spring FlowsIDWR
January 13, 20122011 Spring FlowsIDWR
April 12, 2012Surface Water Call and Recharge UpdateIDWR
January 13, 2011General UpdateIDWR
February 14, 2011General UpdateIDWR
March 10, 2011General UpdateIDWR
April 11, 2011General UpdateIDWR
April 11, 2011Managed ESPA Recharge UpdateIDWR
February 15, 2007Climate Impacts Subcommittee ReportIDWR
February 15, 2007General UpdateIDWR
April 12, 2007General UpdateIDWR
January 14, 2010General UpdateIDWR
February 11, 2010General UpdateIDWR
March 11, 2010General UpdateIDWR
April 11, 2019Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
February 13, 2019Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
January 11, 2019Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
March 9, 2018Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
February 9, 2018Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
January 12, 2018Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
May 11, 2017Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
April 13, 2017Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
March 9, 2017Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
February 8, 2017Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
January 12, 2017Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
April 12, 2016Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
March 11, 2016Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
February 12, 2016Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
January 15, 2016Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
April 10, 2015Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
March 13, 2015Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
February 13, 2015Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
January 9, 2015Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
January 10, 2014Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
February 14, 2014Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
March 14, 2014Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
April 11, 2014Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
February 14, 2013Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
January 11, 2013Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
March 15, 2013Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
January 13, 2012Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
February 9, 2012Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
March 8, 2012Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
April 12, 2012Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
December 13, 2011Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
September 14, 2011Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
January 13, 2011Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
February 14, 2011Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
March 10, 2011Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
April 11, 2011Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
May 12, 2011Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
April 8, 2010Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
March 11, 2010Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
February 11, 2010Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
January 14, 2010Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
April 12, 2007Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
February 15, 2007Idaho Water Supply Outlook ReportNRCS
February 15, 2007Streamflow Variability and Persistence ReportNRCS
February 15, 2007Climate Impacts Subcommittee ReportNRCS
April 11, 2019Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
February 13, 2019Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
January 11, 2019Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
March 9, 2018Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
February 9, 2018Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
January 12, 2018Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
May 11, 2017Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
April 13, 2017Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
March 9, 2017Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
February 8, 2017Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
January 12, 2017Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
April 12, 2016Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
March 11, 2016Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
February 12, 2016Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
January 15, 2016Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
April 10, 2015Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
March 13, 2015Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
February 13, 2015Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
January 9, 2015Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
January 10, 2014Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
February 14, 2014Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
March 14, 2014Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
April 11, 2014Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
February 14, 2013Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
January 11, 2013Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
March 15, 2013Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
January 13, 2012Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
February 9, 2012Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
March 8, 2012Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
April 12, 2012Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
December 13, 2011Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
September 14, 2011Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
January 13, 2011Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
February 14, 2011Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
March 10, 2011Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
April 11, 2011Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
May 12, 2011Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
April 8, 2010Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
March 11, 2010Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
February 11, 2010Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
January 14, 2010Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
April 12, 2007Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
February 15, 2007Idaho Weather and Climate OutlookNWS
April 11, 2019Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
February 13, 2019Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
January 11, 2019Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
March 9, 2018Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
February 9, 2018Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
January 12, 2018Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
May 11, 2017Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
April 13, 2017Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
March 9, 2017Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
February 8, 2017Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
January 12, 2017Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
April 12, 2016Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
March 11, 2016Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
February 12, 2016Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
January 15, 2016Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
April 10, 2015Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
March 13, 2015Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
February 13, 2015Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
January 9, 2015Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
January 10, 2014Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
February 14, 2014Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
March 14, 2014Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
April 11, 2014Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
February 14, 2013Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
January 11, 2013Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
March 15, 2013Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
January 13, 2012Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
February 9, 2012Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
March 8, 2012Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
April 12, 2012Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
December 13, 2011Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
September 14, 2011Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
January 13, 2011Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
February 14, 2011Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
March 10, 2011Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
April 11, 2011Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
May 12, 2011Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
February 15, 2007Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
April 12, 2007Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
January 14, 2010Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
February 11, 2010Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
March 11, 2010Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
April 8, 2010Water Supply Outlook for Southwest IdahoUSBR
April 11, 2019Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
February 13, 2019Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
January 11, 2019Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
February 9, 2018Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
January 12, 2018Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
April 13, 2017Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
February 8, 2017Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
January 12, 2017Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
April 12, 2016Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
March 11, 2016Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
February 12, 2016Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
January 15, 2016Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
April 10, 2015Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
March 13, 2015Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
February 13, 2015Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
January 9, 2015Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
January 10, 2014Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
March 14, 2014Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
April 11, 2014Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
March 15, 2013Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
January 13, 2012Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
February 9, 2012Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
March 8, 2012Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
April 12, 2012Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
December 13, 2011Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
September 14, 2011Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
February 14, 2011Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
March 10, 2011Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
April 11, 2011Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
January 13, 2011Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
May 12, 2011Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
February 15, 2007Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
April 12, 2007Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
February 11, 2010Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
March 11, 2010Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
April 8, 2010Upper Snake Reservoir OperationsUSBR
February 15, 2007Historical Trends in Stream Discharge at Long-term Gaging Stations in IdahoUSBR
April 11, 2019Cloud Seeding ReportIPC
January 11, 2019Cloud Seeding ReportIPC
March 9, 2017Cloud Seeding ReportIPC
February 8, 2017Cloud Seeding ReportIPC
February 12, 2016Cloud Seeding ReportIPC
January 9, 2015Cloud Seeding ReportIPC
February 14, 2014Cloud Seeding ReportIPC
April 11, 2014Mid-Snake FlowsIPC
March 15, 2013Water Supply OverviewIPC
March 8, 2012Water Supply OverviewIPC
April 12, 2012Water Supply OverviewIPC
December 13, 2011Water Supply OverviewIPC
September 14, 2011Water Supply OverviewIPC
April 11, 2011Cloud Seeding ReportIPC
November 18, 20192019 Idaho Fall Water Supply Outlook Meeting RegistrationUSACE
November 18, 20192019 Idaho Fall Water Supply Outlook Meeting PM PresentationsUSACE
November 18, 20192019 Idaho Fall Water Supply Outlook Meeting AM PresentationsUSACE
April 11, 2019Dworshak: April Runoff Forecast & Flood Risk Management CalculationUSACE
May 11, 2017From Snow to Flow: Statistical Forecasting of Critical FlowsBSU
April 13, 2017Boise River Basin Snowpack Estimates from Physically-Based ModelingUSDA-ARS
April 12, 2016Snowpack Summary: Boise River BasinUSDA-ARS, USBR
April 10, 2015Snowpack Update: Physically Based Snowpack ModelUSDA-ARS
March 14, 2014High and Dry: Declining Precipitation in the Mountains of the Pacific NorthwestUSFS, UI
March 15, 2013Stream Gage Network: Implication of Budget CutsUSGS
January 13, 2012Experimental Boise River Long-Lead Time Streamflow ModelsBSU
April 12, 2012Boise River Second Quarter Forecast Review for the BSU Experimental Streamflow Forecasting (ESF) TechniqueBSU
January 11, 2007Presentation CompilationNRCS, NWS, USBR, IDWR
March 15, 2007Presentation CompilationNRCS, NWS, USBR, IDWR
January 15, 2008Presentation CompilationNRCS, NWS, USBR, IDWR
February 8, 2008Presentation CompilationNRCS, NWS, USBR, IDWR
March 12, 2008Presentation CompilationNRCS, NWS, USBR, IDWR
April 11, 2008Presentation CompilationNRCS, NWS, USBR, IDWR
April 11, 2008Water Supply Meeting AudioNRCS, NWS, USBR, IDWR
January 15, 2009Presentation CompilationNRCS, NWS, USBR, IDWR
February 12, 2009Presentation CompilationNRCS, NWS, USBR, USGS, IDWR
March 12, 2009Presentation CompilationNRCS, NWS, USBR, IDWR
October 18, 2013Inland Northwest Drought Forum: The Board’s Water Supply Bank; As a Tool to Alleviate Drought AffectsIDWR
October 18, 2013Inland Northwest Drought Forum: Drought Conditions UpdateUSBR
October 18, 2013Inland Northwest Drought Forum: Limited Irrigation Water – How to Maintain ProfitabilityBig Wood Canal Company Water Team
October 18, 2013Inland Northwest Drought Forum: Delivery CallsIDWR
October 18, 2013Inland Northwest Drought Forum: An Overview of the 2012-2013 Drought in Eastern Oregon and Southern IdahoCIRC
October 18, 2013Inland Northwest Drought Forum: Emergency Drought Declarations in IdahoIDWR
October 18, 2013Inland Northwest Drought Forum: The Pacific Northwest Drought MonitorUW
October 18, 2013Inland Northwest Drought Forum: NOAA/NWS OverviewNWS
October 18, 2013Inland Northwest Drought Forum: Topics of InterestNRCS
October 18, 2013Inland Northwest Drought Forum: On-farm Response Strategies to DroughtUI
October 18, 2013Inland Northwest Drought Forum: Oregon’s Integrated Water Resources StrategyOWRD
October 18, 2013Inland Northwest Drought Forum: Rental Pools in IdahoIDWR

Role

This committee:

  • Compiles all data to provide the most comprehensive information available concerning the drought.
  • Coordinates with the various agencies to avoid conflict or duplication and expedites the administrative process.
  • Provides responsible and timely public information.
  • Encourages water and energy conservation.

Organization

The committee is composed of key state, federal, and private agencies that have interests, constituents, and responsibilities which might be impacted by the water supply situation. The standing water supply committee is composed of, but is not limited to, the following agencies:

  • Idaho Department of Water Resources – Chair
  • Idaho Bureau of Disaster Services
  • Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, Division of Environmental Quality
  • Idaho Department of Agriculture
  • University of Idaho Cooperative Extension Service
  • Idaho Department of Fish and Game
  • Idaho Department of Commerce
  • U.S. Bureau of Reclamation
  • National Weather Service
  • Natural Resource Conservation Service
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
  • U.S. Geological Survey
  • U.S. Forest Service
  • Consolidated Farm Service Agency
  • Idaho Power Company

Goals

The Water Supply Committee meets and reviews the best information available relative to the water supply. The committee implements the response process with the following goals.

  • Supply adequate domestic (culinary) water for public health, safety, and welfare as a first priority.
  • Minimize adverse drought effects on the state’s economy, environment, and social well-being.
    • Maintain municipal supplies to meet community needs.
    • Efficiently use available water supplies to provide for agricultural needs. Farm activities must be planned with a knowledge of anticipated water supplies.
    • Maintain productive Idaho industries to provide a stable local economy.
    • Modify water and land management practices, where possible, to minimize environmental impacts.
      • Protect fish and wildlife to the extent practical by water and land management.
      • Protect recreation interests to the extent practical by water and land management.
      • Minimize forest and range hazard due to fire and erosion to the extent practical by land management.
    • Institute electrical energy conservation practices to assure an adequate supply for all purposes.
    • Carefully manage reservoir storage and releases to maximize total water-related benefits.
    • Protect navigation capability, where essential to the economic well-being of a community, to the extent possible through streamflow management.

If a severe water shortage seems possible, the committee may develop a formal contingency plan. During the 1987-1994 period, some steps were partially implemented because even though the shortage was the worst in 50 years, it was not necessary for state government to implement a demand reduction program. The committee did encourage that some steps be the responsibility of local city or county governments. The committee provided technical and administrative support and helped local governments develop programs suited to their individual problems. A drought plan was developed and the Water Data Subcommittee implemented a monitoring program.

Water Supply Subcommittees

  • Compile and analyze water supply and energy data and forecast water supply availability. Provide technical assistance to the other subcommittees.
  • Membership includes IDWR, National Weather Service (NWS), Bureau of Reclamation (BOR), Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS), U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (COE), and U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).
  • Evaluate and monitor energy supplies; coordinate with other subcommittees.
  • Coordinate with the state member of the Northwest Power Planning Council.
  • Membership includes Idaho Northwest Power Planning Council, Idaho Public Utilities Commission, Bonneville Power Administration, Idaho Power Co., IDWR, the Association of Commerce and Industry, COE, and BOR.
  • Organize information about the drought and conservation measures in a form understandable to the public.
  • Coordinate public information distributed from individual organizations in order to prevent public confusion.
  • Membership should include information officers from public organizations.
  • nvestigate and monitor areas of critical need to determine where habitat might be threatened and where water and land management practices could improve fish, wildlife, and recreational values, including water quality problems.
  • Determine potential of impact to recreation and tourism. Coordinate with Public Information Subcommittee to provide positive recreation information minimizing impact to the tourism industry.
  • Monitor land management, fire suppression, and issues relative to impacts and actions on grazing and operational changes dealing with fire hazard and suppression.
  • Membership includes Idaho Department of Commerce, Idaho Department of Fish and Game, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Idaho Department of Lands, Idaho Division of Environmental Quality, Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation, U.S. Forest Service, and U.S. Bureau of Land Management.
  • Investigate and monitor water shortage problems with municipal systems and industrial users; provide technical assistance. Coordinate energy issues with the Energy Subcommittee.
  • Membership includes IDWR, Idaho Department of Health Welfare (HW) (also health districts), Association of Commerce and Industry, and the Association of Idaho Cities.
  • Evaluate and monitor needs of individuals and organizations financially affected by the drought.
  • Assist in obtaining financing for supplementary water sources.
  • Membership includes Farmers Home Administration, Conservation Farm Service Agency, Idaho Bankers Association, Idaho Department of Commerce, Legislative Revenue and Taxation Committee, and the Budget Bureau.
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