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Grounded Realty Group - Kory McCain - brokered by EXP Realty

32 N Fisher Park Way
Eagle Idaho 83616
United States

(208) 817-3006

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Our full-service real estate team of Realtors® helps our clients buy and sell, build, or invest in the Treasure Valley. Specializing in Boise, Eagle, Meridian, Star, Middleton, Nampa, Caldwell and throughout Idaho. Our team excels in Luxury Real Estate, Relocation, Acreage and Horse Property and has built relationships with local businesses to provide amazing service for all your needs. We customize each plan to meet our clients' wants and needs, allowing us to provide exceptional assistance at every step.

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About Eagle

Eagle is a city in Ada County, Idaho (with parts stretching into Boise County and Gem County) 10 miles (16 km) northwest of Boise. The population was 30,346 at the 2020 census. == History == === 19th century === Eagle Island in Idaho was settled in 1863 by Truman Coe Catlin, who later shifted from crop farming to dairy farming, starting the island's dairy tradition. He also pioneered irrigation in the area by constructing a wide irrigation ditch. The most notable early community developer was Thomas Hugh Aiken, a Canadian surveyor, who helped establish the Eagle community in the 1870s. Despite the construction of Arrowrock Dam in 1915 and subsequent dams, flooding has been a recurrent issue for residents, leading to continued efforts to mitigate flood risks. === 20th century === The Eagle Fish Hatchery, established in the late 1940s in Idaho, was originally part of a trout program until the 1980s. In 1991, it was restructured to support the conservation of Snake River sockeye salmon, an endangered species listed that year. The hatchery's mission shifted to preserving the species and its genetic diversity through the development of eight broodstocks derived from smolts, anadromous adults, and residual populations. It also houses the IDFG Eagle Fish Health Laboratory.

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