Welcome to Treasure Valley Water Atlas!

The Treasure Valley Water Atlas (TVWA) describes the Boise River water system through words, maps, and infographics to enhance understanding regarding where our water comes from, how we use it, who makes decisions about it, and what challenges might face us, as water users, in the future. Funded by the Managing Idaho’s Landscapes for Ecosystem Services (MILES) project, the TVWA contributes to the complex study of social-ecological processes. The MILES project aims to advance overall understanding of ecosystems at the interface between urban and rural environments in order to support sustainable management of Idaho’s natural resources. The TVWA focuses on one of Idaho’s most important natural resources: water.

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Treasure Valley Water Atlas – Who We Are

Here’s a brief introduction to TVWA.

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