Category Archives: water

Using Rotenone to restore endangered fish may be endangering people

Using Rotenone to restore endangered fish may be endangering people… But you won’t find out because some folks don’t want its use in Arizona waters — or any waters — subjected to review. All that anyone is asking is, that before  dumping … Continue reading

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Mexican Treaty Obligation will trigger augmentation of the Colorado River

When the Central Arizona Project was authorized by Congress in 1968 folks recognized one very important fact…..the Colorado River was divided up allocating 15 million acre feet (7.5 million acre feet to the Upper Basin states and 7.5 million acre … Continue reading

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Will the Central Arizona Project be an empty ditch?

The recent report that Lake Mead is at one of its lowest levels since Hoover Dam was constructed is causing a lot of worry in California and Arizona. Global climate change alarmists predict significant reductions on the flow of the … Continue reading

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Colorado River water crunch coming

News in the Arizona Republic that Lake Mead is nearing its lowest level since 1956. Further reductions in the lake’s level may trigger reductions in shares of the Colorado River to Arizona. Some observations from a life-long career in water … Continue reading

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