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IDAHO SCIENCE JOURNAL

Portneuf Vision

  • Aired: 05/25/2017
  • 06:07
  • Rating: TV-G
The Portneuf River flows for about 100 miles before it gets squeezed into concrete channels through the city of Pocatello. But in the city, the Portneuf no longer seems like a river. So city officials and the Army Corp of Engineers have decided the time is right to restore the Portneuf. A team of scientists from the MILES project joins in to help craft the Portneuf Vision.
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How are scientists from Idaho State University restoring the Portneuf River?
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