The state Department of Ecology’s instream flow rule for the Skagit River basin, established in 2001 and reaffirmed by the state Supreme Court in 2013, interrupts water rights established after 2001 if the river level falls below a certain point.
The state Department of Ecology’s instream flow rule for the Skagit River basin, established in 2001 and reaffirmed by the state Supreme Court in 2013, interrupts water rights established after 2001 if the river level falls below a certain point. Staff The Bellingham Herald file
The state Department of Ecology’s instream flow rule for the Skagit River basin, established in 2001 and reaffirmed by the state Supreme Court in 2013, interrupts water rights established after 2001 if the river level falls below a certain point. Staff The Bellingham Herald file

Facing their own issues over water rights, Skagit agencies vow to work together

December 16, 2017 05:00 AM