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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

 

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Hall and Hall
Natural Resources Conversation Service
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MAY 19, 2016

Where Are My Water Rights?

You own a home with a well, some acreage with a spring-fed pond or a large agricultural operation with livestock and acres of irrigated hay. You are positive you own water rights, but a search of the state website does not list any water rights in your name or the ranch name. Does this mean you don’t own any rights? Why aren‘t your water rights listed in the state database?

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APR 22, 2016

California’s Water Crisis: Could Texas Be Next?

Texas is facing many of the same challenges as California: drought, population growth, and groundwater depletion. California is in a state of crisis. And there is one aspect of California’s water administration that Texas shares: a patchwork approach to management. How can Texas avoid the same fate?

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APR 6, 2016

Times Have Changed – The Evolution of Montana’s Water Adjudication Process

Learn how the Montana water rights adjudication started as a local, personalized process using field investigation and personal interviews, but evolved into a procedure involving a centralized system which now relies on document review, Claims Examination Rules and an examination manual spanning over 600 pages.

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