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Daily Star, Opinion, Kirsten Engel: Keeping Arizona from being the next Flint
Daily Star, Opinion, Kirsten Engel: Keeping Arizona from being the next Flint

SB1268 undermines the Act's purpose of conserving Arizona's groundwater for the benefit of all Arizonans




KJZZ: Arizona Lawmakers Pass Bill To Ease Groundwater Regulations In Some Cities, Towns
KJZZ: Arizona Lawmakers Pass Bill To Ease Groundwater Regulations In Some Cities, Towns

Eliminating this requirement contradicts the state's current efforts to preserve its aquifers




KJZZ: Arizona Considers Changing Regulations On Groundwater Pumping
KJZZ: Arizona Considers Changing Regulations On Groundwater Pumping

Ferris: eliminating regulation will increase groundwater pumping & competition for dwindling supplies in these counties



AMWUA BLOG
AMWUA blog
100 AMWUA Blog Posts: The Top Five
Posted on 02/08/2016
The AMWUA Blog marked 100 posts last week. We launched the weekly blog in March 2015 with a post that introduced readers to Tres Rios. This wetlands project on the west edge of Phoenix is home to herons, beavers and bobcats. While the birds and birdwatchers may think the City of Phoenix built it for […]
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RECENT POSTS
Recent Blog posts
Water: In Praise Of Cities
Posted on 02/01/2016
Flint, Michigan has been on my mind a lot lately. Like so many others, I am outraged by the ineptitude that sent lead-poisoned water coursing through the city’s water system and through its citizens and children. This negligence, which appears to go all the way up to Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, starts […]
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Alliance Gathers Forces (Including One Of Our Own) To Advance Water Efficiency
Posted on 01/25/2016
Carol Ward-Morris, AMWUA’s Assistant Director, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Alliance for Water Efficiency (AWE). The Alliance is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the efficient and sustainable use of water in the United States and Canada. In fact, it’s the only organization in North America focused […]
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ADVOCACY & POLICY
AMWUA announces Executive Director AMWUA announces Executive Director
Mr. Warren Tenney will succeed Kathleen Ferris as AMWUA's Executive Director. Ms. Ferris will continue to serve as legal counsel and policy advisor.

Current Issues Current Issues
AMWUA champions the interests of its members in water management. Learn about the issues that are currently at the top of our agenda.

Moving Forward: the Future of the Colorado River Moving Forward: the Future of the Colorado River
AMWUA played an important role in the recent Moving Forward effort, a collaborative effort to identify solutions to address the challenges ahead.

WATER CONSERVATION
Resolve to Save Water in 2016! Resolve to Save Water in 2016!
If you're planning home improvements in the new year, rebates can help make your home more water & energy efficient in the process.

How Much Water Are You Using? How Much Water Are You Using?
A quick calculator shows you where you are using the most water, how your use compares, and offers easy tips to save.

Guides to Make Your Landscape Thrive Guides to Make Your Landscape Thrive
Three step-by-step online guides for selecting, installing, and maintaining your landscape, PLUS rebates, free classes, and more. All in one place.