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      Palouse Basin Aquifer Committee (PBAC)

    "To ensure a long-term, quality water supply for the Palouse Basin region"

A Committee (now known as PBAC) was formed in 1967 because of declining groundwater levels in our municipal wells. The Palouse groundwater basin is the sole source of water for over 50,000 residents of Pullman, Washington and Moscow, Idaho and outlying areas in both Whitman County (Washington) and Latah County (Idaho). Also included among our groundwater users are Washington State University and the University of Idaho. We are a multi-jurisdictional, cooperative group with the mission of ensuring a safe and sustainable supply of water for the future.  


Our next meeting is Thursday, January 15, 2015, beginning at 2:00 PM, in Moscow at the UI Facilities Services Center, in the Jack's Creek Meeting Room
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  NEXT PBAC MEETING: january 15, 2015

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ABOUT PBAC

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 CITIZENS ADVISORY GROUP (CAG)

  • The PBAC Citizens Advisory Group was dissolved effective June 1, 2012    

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Palouse Basin Aquifer Committee
University of Idaho
P.O. Box 443301
Moscow, ID 83844-3301
Phone: (208) 885-6429

Questions? Comments?     or  send email to:  pbac@uidaho.edu  

To be added to an email list of interested parties, send an email to pbac@uidaho.edu containing the subject line: PBAC Interested Party - Subscribe.  You will then receive notices of upcoming PBAC meetings, meeting minutes, and additional information as appropriate.