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Farmers share Sequim’s collaborative water conservation efforts | Sequim Gazette

WASHINGTON – For Western Washington, Sequim has little rain accumulation at about 17 inches of water each year, but the Dungeness River provides many locals their livelihood year round.

In the last 17 years, irrigators with help from the Clallam Conservation District piped more than 62 miles of irrigation ditches reducing their diversions of Dungeness River water by almost half, they estimate.

Source: Farmers share Sequim’s collaborative water conservation efforts | Sequim Gazette

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