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The state’s Office of Financial Management estimates that the state’s population will grow by about 1.7 million people in the next 20 years. In order to determine how much water this growing population will need and where in the state the water will be needed, the Department of Ecology needs to gather and analyze data about water supply and demand trends. This is called “supply and demand projecting.”
>> Learn more about Long-Term Forecasts of Washington Population and Net Migration
>> Learn more about Water Use Trends in Washington 1985–2005
>> Learn more about Washington’s Water Supply
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