Dear Editor:

People of Idaho, are your water rights protected? Pay close attention. North Bonners and Boundary County received letters regarding Idaho water rights currently in legislation. All water rights are your responsibility to research and file for your properties owned. These can be filed on-line to the state in Boise, Idaho. Any spring fed ponds, wells or tributaries on your land.

Protect your liberties and your Idaho future rights. Time will run out soon. Your water could diminish and be unprotected during droughts etc. while farming and ranching within your own needs in our great state. Stipulations may arise with water table changes in dry years only in years to come.

Do something now, get advice and spread the word so you can file for your families security in our wonderful Idaho. I wish you all well.

Taawna Lightfoot

Kendrick

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