Why You Should Oppose the Arnold Irrigation Piping Plan

For over 115 years the Arnold Irrigation District (AID) canal has been a resource for all residents of Deschutes County.  The benefits of the canal accrue not only to the agricultural patrons of AID but also to a wider range of residents, wildlife and plants. The proposed piping of Arnold Irrigation Canal should alarm allContinue reading “Why You Should Oppose the Arnold Irrigation Piping Plan”

A Recap and Update from Save Arnold Canal

Dear Neighbors, We’d like to present a bit of a recap of the recent milestones in the administrative process of the proposed Arnold Irrigation District Infrastructure Modernization project and provide some pertinent information about what our opposition effort has planned going forward. We, like most of you, were made aware of the District’s plan toContinue reading “A Recap and Update from Save Arnold Canal”

Stop The Pipe! It Doesn’t Work for People.

Starting in 2022, the scenic and ecosystem-sustaining Arnold Canal could be filled in.Consequences include: • Negatively Impacting Groundwater Wells • Destroying/Damaging Trees and Vegetation• Destroying Wildlife Habitat• Property Damage, Dust and Noise During Construction• Reducing Property Value This seven-year, $42 Million project will help few and harm many. Not even AID’s irrigating patrons are confidentContinue reading “Stop The Pipe! It Doesn’t Work for People.”