proposed farmstead plan for an irrigated area in central Oregon by Edith Leong Yang

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Growth on rural lands is limited in order to protect farms. (NUID) and Central Oregon Irrigation District (COID), account for more than 84 percent of the total acreages irrigated by the seven districts.

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