Northwest Region

The Northwest (Idaho, Washington, and Oregon) has an unequaled combination of characteristics not duplicated anywhere else.

A limited population, mild weather, abundant clean water, cheap power, expanded recreational opportunities, clean air, and a quiet lifestyle describe the Northwest section of our country.

Pacific ocean weather drops the purest of water on the Cascade Mountains, and the resulting moisture transforms the high desert country of the East Cascades into an agricultural paradise.

Quality soil, few insects, plentiful irrigation water, maximum sunshine, a long growing season, and cheap power sponsor a multi-faceted economy.