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Water committee continues work

Dear Editor,
As the Ogallala Aquifer Advisor Committee wraps up the governor’s 2012 Proposed Water Legislation public meeting tour throughout the state, I believe now more than ever we are going to see changes in the decisions stakeholders make and how they manage their water rights.
The drought this past year has shown farmers the value of the Ogallala and the need to make sure it is available into the future.
The Governor’s 2012 water legislation package is a big step in offering more flexibility and stakeholder control. These proposals are fundamental in changing from a culture of ...


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