Ongoing drought, shallow aquifers, and growth are some of the factors affecting domestic wells on the periphery.
Two studies make the case that markets and prices are part of the tool kit to combat scarcity.
Officials said the deal highlights the changing attitudes cities are taking toward predicted water challenges.
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Posted on 10/27/2014
The wrong tree in a desert yard can get ugly fast. Then, too, if the right tree is not correctly planted, nurtured or maintained it can die, grow in tortured directions, or fall over in a hard wind. Starting over can be expensive, but who wants a yard without trees? Trees cool […]
Posted on 10/20/2014
Desert shrubs do not thrive when homeowners and landscapers shear them into geometric shapes, such as balls, squares or inverted pyramids. Regular shearing weakens these shrubs, detracts from their beauty, discourages them from flowering, and shortens their lives. Desert shrubs just don’t conform to formal garden expectations. It’s painful to see these […]
Heroic Water Buffalo Heads For The Golf Course
Posted on 10/13/2014
There are many well-known names in Arizona’s water history. U.S. Senator Carl Hayden and Congressman John Rhodes delivered the votes in Washington that brought Colorado River water to the state. Governor Bruce Babbitt and state Senator Stan Turley wrestled the Arizona Groundwater Management Act into law and stopped decades of relentless over […]