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Monday, 20 April 2020 07:24

Colorado River Alliance

"At over 800 miles long, the Texas Colorado River is one of the longest rivers to start and end in the same state. (Note that it is NOT the same Colorado River that flows through Arizona, Utah, and other western states.) Because of its importance to our state’s economy, our environment, our industry, our agriculture, and especially our lives as Texans, it is truly the lifeblood of our state.

Published in Colorado (Texas)

The Niobrara River Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was created to transfer Spencer Dam and associated water rights from NPPD to the Natural Resources Districts and Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. This will allow for protection of all existing uses and ensure a sustainable balance between existing and future demands. This transfer will maintain the functioning river system and protect all water users including fish, wildlife, recreation, agriculture and domestic uses.
Published in Niobrara
Tuesday, 22 October 2019 06:29

Whangawehi Catchment Management Group

Mahia Peninsula is an Isthmus island on the East Coast of the North Island between Gisborne and Napier. In July 2010 the local community of Whangawehi raised the issue of the potential effects of the Mahia Beach Community Waste Water System and other land uses on the water quality of the Whangawehi stream, the estuary and the mahinga kai beds outside the river mouth.
Published in Eastern North Island
Monday, 07 October 2019 13:25

Snowy River Interstate Landcare Committee

Addressing natural resource management issues in the Snowy River Catchment, the Snowy River Interstate Landcare Committee (SRILC) represents nine rural landcare groups across two states – NSW and Victoria, in the south-east of Australia. The region stretches from the Monaro in southern NSW to the northern reaches of Far East Gippsland in Victoria.

Published in South Watersheds
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