26 10, 2012

WSWC Newsletter – Oct.26, 2012 – Issue#2006

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If you are a newsletter subscriber, please click here for the latest newsletter from WSWC. Our issue for the day includes exciting news about the Fish and Wildlife Service' recognition of programs for endangered species recovery, the opening of a new climate prediction center by NOAA, and a slick new app by the EPA for water quality

5 10, 2012

WSWC Newsletter – Oct. 5, 2012 – Issue #2003

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If you are a newsletter subscriber, please click here for the latest newsletter from WSWC. This newsletter provides an overview of the NOAA/NIDIS/Drought Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook update for the summer of 2012. It also provides an update on USGS reports on hydraulic fracturing near Pavillion, WY, a CREP agreement within the Rio Grande River Basin

28 09, 2012

WSWC Newsletter – Sept. 28, 2012 – Issue #2002

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If you are a newsletter subscriber, please click here for the latest newsletter from WSWC. This issue covers an update on the Fish and Wildlife Service' 2011 annual report for the National Fish Passage Program, announcements concerning funding for the Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project, recently passes water bills in the House, a NIDIS workshop to be held

21 09, 2012

WSWC Newsletter – Sept. 21, 2012 – Issue #2001

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If you are a newsletter subscriber, please click here for the latest newsletter from WSWC. This issue covers financial assistance offered to agricultural producers, an update on the Farm Bill, a congressional hearing on "Forty Years after the Clean Water Act (CWA): Is It Time for the States to Implement Section 404 Permitting?", and another hearing entitled,

14 09, 2012

WSWC Newsletter – Sept. 14, 2012 – Issue #2000

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If you are a newsletter subscriber, please click here for the latest newsletter from WSWC. This issue covers the establishment of America's Great Outdoors program, BLM proposed rules on hydraulic fracturing, FY2013 federal appropriations, and Terry Fulp's appointment as the Lower Colorado Regional Director. Enjoy!

7 09, 2012

WSWC Newsletter – Sept. 7, 2012 – Issue #1999

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If you are a newsletter subscriber, please click here for the latest newsletter from WSWC. This issue covers administration and litigation concerning the EPA's Clean Water Act guidance, a new report by the EPA on hydraulic fracturing, WaterSMART grant disbursement, an update on the drought, and a brief concerning the WSWC's Fall Meetings in San Antonio, TX. Enjoy!

31 08, 2012

WSWC Newsletter – August 31, 2012 – Issue #1998

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If you are a newsletter subscriber, please click here for the latest newsletter from WSWC. This issue covers recent appointments to the Southwest and Southcentral Climate Science Centers, NRCS grants for improving drought resiliency, recent tribal water rights settlements, hearings on NIDIS, climate and drought in New Mexico... Enjoy!

23 08, 2012

WSWC Newsletter – August 23, 2012 – Issue # 1997

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If you are a newsletter subscriber, please click here for the latest newsletter from WSWC. This issue covers recent developments related to the Clean Water Act and State Revolving Loan Funds, the Fish & Wildlife Service, litigation surrounding waters of the Rio Grande River, the fate of a water rights settlement with the Navajo Nation

17 08, 2012

WSWC Newsletter – August 17, 2012 – Issue #1996

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If you are a newsletter subscriber, please click here for the latest newsletter from WSWC. This issue covers grants from the Fish and Wildlife Service and the Bureau of Reclamation, hydropower as a renewable energy source, project permitting in Colorado, the Association of Clean Water Administrators (ACWA) meeting in Park City, Utah, and a new