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Randy Stapilus

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May 27, 2009
The Snake River Basin Adjudication may be the largest stream adjudication the United States has ever seen. It has also been one of the most successful, heading toward conclusion within a generation of its launch, far faster than most. This book, drawn from the pages of more than 16 years of the monthly Snake River Basin Adjudication Digest, shows how it happened-conflicts, settlements, false starts, and unexpected leaps.

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RANDY STAPILUS has been editor and publisher of the SRBA Digest since it started publication in 1993. As an Idaho newspaper reporter, he covered the Swan Falls battles in the early 80s that resulted in the adjudication.

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Randy Stapilus is a writer, publisher, blogger and former newspaper reporter and editor. His specialty over the years has been Northwest politics, and his first book was Paradox Politics (Ridenbaugh Press, 1988). He has followed the Snake Rover Basin Adjudication closely for more than 20 years, and has written extensively on water rights nationally as well. He has since written several books on Idaho history and tourism, for Globe Pequot Press and (with James Weatherby) the Caxton Press. He lives in Carlton, Oregon, with his wife Linda and three large dogs.

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