Rural Groundwater


Opinion: Why Proposed Rural Groundwater Control Legislation is Bad for Arizona – Rep. Gail Griffin (R-19)

There has been a lot of talk recently about rural groundwater bills not getting a hearing at the Arizona State Legislature. Over the years, proposed legislation has gone by many names, including “Groundwater Conservation Areas,” “Special Management Areas,” “Rural Management Areas,” and “Local Groundwater Stewardship Areas.” It also includes “Sustainable Groundwater Management Plans.” Regardless of


In Arizona, fresh scrutiny of Saudi-owned farm’s water use – Associated Press

This image shows an Almarai logo in Cairo, Egypt In rural Arizona’s La Paz County, on the state’s rugged border with California, the decision by a Saudi-owned dairy company to grow alfalfa in the American Southwest for livestock in the Gulf kingdom first raised eyebrows nearly a decade ago. Now, worsening drought has focused new

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