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by Dean Guernsey

For decades, the Upper Deschutes River ended at the North Canal Dam in Bend, where several canals siphon the river's water to irrigated farms. Today, Central Oregon Irrigation District manager Steve Johnson is part of an ambitious effort to supply growing urban demands for water, keep farming alive and keep water in the river for fish

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