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Alternative Water Developments

Springs and wells are developed to provide water for livestock. Watering facilities, including troughs, tanks and pipeline are installed to provide an alternative source of water for livestock. Alternative water sources reduce livestock impact on the riparian area and fish and wildlife habitat, improve water quality, protect and enhance vegetative cover through proper grazing distribution, and provide erosion control through better grassland management.

Properly functioning spring box Inlet from collection system
Salmonid Bearing Stream and Riparian Buffer
Trough away from riparian are to increase pasture utilization Frost-Free Trough providing alternative water source

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Asotin County Conservation District
720 6th Street, Suite B
Clarkston, WA 99403-2012
Phone: (509) 758-8012

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