"Arizona has its own form of water banking, unlike California or other states, and people here need to know what it does for them and how it works," Susanna Eden
Short answer: No. "We live in the desert. We know that, we plan for that. Drought is normal here."
Partnership of tribal, state, federal & philanthropic leaders will help protect the Colorado River and preserve levels in Lake Mead
The severe drop-off in anticipated flows into Lake Mead represents a "shocking" turn-around in expectations
Documentary speaks to the growing concerns of Prescott-area residents regarding their water supplies
Q&A session at the screening of the documentary "Groundwater" shows water management is a passionate concern for the community.
Idea has been "rebuked by some environmental groups and state water agencies, and dismissed by federal agencies that manage the water resources and dams."
AZ law requires proof of 100-year assured water supply in order to build new subdivisions. Prescott hasn't had a new subdivision approved in 18 years.
Tenney: Bill "sets a dangerous precedent of interfering with the goals of the Groundwater Management Act to the detriment of the state."
"Water in the Southwest remains a scarce resource that must be managed cooperatively with a long-term view."