What’s the Real Reason E Idaho Farmers Don’t Have Enough Water? Cobalt Mining

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  • 500,000 acres of farmland are now without water due to the shutoff order.
  • The shutoff order affects 6,400 groundwater users.
  • The decision is linked to a predicted yearly shortfall and noncompliance with mitigations.
  • Jervois, a company mining for cobalt, received approval to operate 24/7 shortly after the water curtailment order.
  • The mining operation requires significant water usage, contributing to water scarcity concerns.
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