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Eden Reservoir is located in southwestern Wyoming and was constructed in 1907 to provide water for irrigation and mining. The reservoir has a capacity of 7,170 acre-feet and is fed by both surface flow and snowpack. The primary surface flow provider is the Hams Fork River, while the snowpack is provided by the surrounding mountains. The reservoir supports agricultural activities in the surrounding area, including crops like alfalfa and sugar beets. Additionally, the reservoir also provides recreational opportunities such as fishing, boating, and camping. The reservoir is managed by the Eden Irrigation District and is crucial to the local economy and ecosystem.

June 22, 2024







Storage 24hr Change -0.27%
Percent of Normal 158%
Minimum 5 acre-ft
Maximum 13,885 acre-ft
Average 8,206 acre-ft

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