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Water SageTM is a map-based data access portal to efficiently search and view water rights information and land ownership across the western US. Water related research that typically requires days to perform, specialized technical skills, even physical visits to county courthouses and state offices, now takes minutes.

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Map-based water rights search and analysis platform

Water Sage

Bringing efficiency and insight to the COMPLEX WORLD of Western water


Featured Customers


Hall and Hall
Natural Resources Conversation Service
Mirr Ranch Group
United Water and Sanitation District
Basic Energy Services
Swan Land Company
Denver Water
City of Bozeman Water Conservation
Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology
Blue Water Resources
Montana DNRC
Lund Law
Texas Parks and Wildlife
Bank of the Rockies
First Interstate Bank


AUG 17, 2016

Legislative Committee Welcomes Public Comment on Proposed Changes to Montana Water Laws

Montana’s Water Policy Interim Committee (WPIC) will hold its next meeting August 29-30 at the Capitol in Helena – and it's a critical time for water rights holders to become engaged. Even if you belong to a group represented by a lobbyist, now is the time to become better informed and let the Legislature know what you think and how their decisions impact Montana water users.

JUL 30, 2016

Big Sky Business Journal: Water Sage Makes Tracking Water Rights Easy

Montana bankers, property owners, attorneys, developers, farmers, recreationists or anyone with an interest in water rights have a new resource at their disposal to help negotiate their way through the complicated world of water rights and water law. Called “Water Sage,” its roots in Montana as an entrepreneurial high-tech venture is emerging at a most opportune moment for Montanans, as the state has begun the “second decree” process.

JUL 29, 2016

Montana Banks Tap Water Sage As State's Reexamintion Process Creates Water Rights Uncertainty

Ponderosa Advisors, LLC announced recently the addition of three Montana banks that have signed onto using Water Sage for risk mediation and due diligence purposes in their lending practices. First Interstate Bank, Citizens Bank & Trust, and Bank of Bozeman are the latest trio of banks finding value in Water Sage’s online map-based data access portal to efficiently search and view water rights information and land ownership.