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  • 21-030 Dworshak Dam reservoir continues to refill

    AHSAHKA, Idaho –Dworshak Dam releases will remain at 1,600 cubic feet per second (cfs) through mid-June as the reservoir continues to refill. The reservoir elevation will reach approximately 1,580 feet, 20 feet from full pool, on Memorial Day weekend. Water managers will release another announcement regarding Dworshak operations before Father’s Day weekend.
  • 21-027 Dworshak Dam reservoir continues to refill

    AHSAHKA, Idaho –Dworshak Dam will continue minimum releases of 1,600 cubic feet per second (cfs) as the reservoir refills. Discharges are expected to remain at 1,600 cfs until the last week of May. Water managers will release another announcement regarding Dworshak operations before Memorial Day.
  • 21-025 Dworshak Dam has transitioned to refill for the spring

    AHSAHKA, Idaho –Dworshak Dam has decreased discharges to minimum releases of 1,600 cubic feet per second (cfs) as the reservoir enters the spring refill season.
  • 21-022 Dworshak Dam discharges to decrease to minimum flow of 1,600 cfs by April 21

    AHSAHKA, Idaho –Dworshak Dam will be decreasing releases from 7,800 cubic feet per second (cfs) to 1,600 cfs to conserve water for refill. Decreases begin today, April 16, and finish Wednesday, April 21. Fluctuations (up and down) in river flow will be observed April 20 during unit testing. Due to an increase in natural flows, the decreases in Dworshak flows on April 16-19 and 21 are expected to have a minimal impact on water levels.
  • 21-020 Dworshak Dam is cleaning out its Lost and Found

    Ahsahka, Idaho. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Dworshak Dam and Reservoir is cleaning out this past year’s lost and found items.
  • 21-019 Dworshak Dam discharges to increase to 7,800 cfs for upcoming week

    AHSAHKA, Idaho –Dworshak Dam will be increasing releases from 6,900 cubic feet per second (cfs) to 7,800 cfs to support hatchery releases, which resume Monday, April 12.
  • 21-016 Dworshak Dam discharges to decrease to 6,900 cfs for upcoming week

    AHSAHKA, Idaho –Dworshak Dam will be decreasing releases from 9,700 cubic feet per second (cfs) to 6,900 cfs to conserve water between hatchery releases, which resume Monday, April 12. Current basin conditions and a forecast for slightly below normal precipitation for the next 10 days drive the decrease.
  • 21-014 Dworshak Dam discharges to increase to 9,700 cfs for upcoming week to support hatchery releases

    AHSAHKA, Idaho – Dworshak Dam will be increasing releases to 9,700 cubic feet per second (cfs), to support hatchery releases which begin Wednesday, March 31.
  • 21-011 Dworshak Dam discharges to decrease to 1,700 cfs for upcoming week

    AHSAHKA, Idaho – In order to meet flood control targets for March and April and to preserve water for hatchery releases in early April, Dworshak Dam will be decreasing releases starting Saturday night, March 20, at midnight. This decrease will result in the river lowering approximately 2 feet between midnight on Saturday and 2 p.m. Monday afternoon, after which time reservoir releases will remain constant.
  • 21-010 Dworshak Dam discharges to decrease to 10,500 cfs for upcoming week

    AHSAHKA, Idaho – In order to meet flood control targets for March and April, Dworshak Dam will be decreasing releases starting Friday night, March 12, at midnight. This decrease will result in the river lowering less than 1 foot over the hour between midnight on Friday and 1 a.m. Saturday morning, and less than 1 foot between 1 a.m. and 2 a.m., after which time flows will remain constant.