31 12, 2012

WSWC Newsletter – Dec. 14, 2012 – Issue#2013

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If you are a newsletter subscriber, please click here for the latest newsletter from WSWC. (A password is required. Please contact Julie at jgroat (at) wswc.utah.gov to begin your subscription.) The latest of all items 'newsletter worthy' presents a summary of the National Drought Forum, held in Washington D.C. on Nov. 12 - 13, 2012, a memo

31 12, 2012

WSWC Newsletter – Dec. 7, 2012 – Issue#2012

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If you are a newsletter subscriber, please click here for the latest newsletter from WSWC. (A password is required. Please contact Julie at jgroat (at) wswc.utah.gov to begin your subscription.) The latest newsletter touts the publication of the Western Governors' Association and WSWC's join project report, titled, "Water Transfers in the West: Projects, Trends, and Leading Practices

31 12, 2012

WSWC Newsletter – Nov. 30, 2012 – Issue#2011

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If you are a newsletter subscriber, please click here for the latest newsletter from WSWC. (A password is required. Please contact Julie at jgroat (at) wswc.utah.gov to begin your subscription.) The latest newsletter provides an update on NOAA's GOES-R Series Program, new standards issued by the EPA on recreation water quality, congressional committee changes related to water

3 12, 2012

WGA releases the ‘Water Transfers in the West’ report

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“Voluntary water transfers have occurred for decades,” said Governor Gary R. Herbert (Utah), Chairman of the Western Governors’ Association. “But with so many new citizens and industries settling in the water-scarce West, now is the time to evaluate how we use transfers in our approach to providing water.” The report, titled Water Transfers in the

23 11, 2012

WSWC Newsletter – Nov. 23, 2012 – Issue#2010

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If you are a newsletter subscriber, please click here for the latest newsletter from WSWC. (A password is required. Please contact Julie at jgroat (at) wswc.utah.gov to begin your subscription.) The latest newsletter release discusses new rules adopted by the US and Mexico delegations of the International Boundary and Water Commission (IBWC), known as Minute 319. It

16 11, 2012

WSWC Newsletter – Nov. 16, 2012 – Issue#2009

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If you are a newsletter subscriber, please click here for the latest newsletter from WSWC. This newsletter provides a blurb on the high-flow, experimental releases from Glen Canyon Dam. It also covers an early draft of the Water Resource Development Act (WRDA) bill. And finally a few paragraphs on a meeting between Sec. of the Interior Ken

15 11, 2012

170th WSWC Fall Council Meeting – San Antonio, TX

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Thank you to Dr. Robert Mace of Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) for the great photos! Weir Labatt III talking about the importance of working together with stakeholders when coordinating the Edwards Aquifer Recovery Implementation Plan. Skyline of San Antonio, TX WSWC is immensely grateful and indebted to Dwane Young,

9 11, 2012

WSWC Newsletter – Nov. 9, 2012 – Issue#2008

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If you are a newsletter subscriber, please click here for the latest newsletter from WSWC. This episode of the newsletter discusses the results of the 2012 election, two studies that are being prepared by the GAO on the Water/Energy Nexus, and an overview of the Friends of the Everglades v. EPA decision. Enjoy!

2 11, 2012

WSWC Newsletter – Nov. 2, 2012 – Issue#2007

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If you are a newsletter subscriber, please click here for the latest newsletter from WSWC. Our latest epistle covers the hire of the new executive director for the Western Governors' Association, James Ogsbury, as well as recent efforts to sustain the National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS). We also discuss the solicitation for WaterSMART grants and the