In water management, it’s normal to zero in on one’s local geography and not think about the larger system – especially when state lines carve up a watershed. Thus, faced with a terrible snowpack year on the Rio Grande, we’re having three largely separate conversations about agricultural water management on the U.S. part of the Rio Grande: The San Luis Valley (the headwaters valley in Colorado) The “Middle Rio Grande” (that stretch through Albuquerque where I live) The “Lower Rio Grande” – New Mexico south of Elephant Butte Reservoir, plus El Paso County in Texas

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Source: California Water News feed

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