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Jan 20, 2017: Marketing a Change in Flow

Rebecca Callahan, Marketing Director, shares what it's like to transition into a marketing role in the water rights community.

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Jan 13, 2017: The Life of a Water Sage Software Developer

Parker Burgess, Software Developer, discusses what it's like working for Ponderosa Advisors, developing code for Water Sage and building a platform that is transformative to the water rights community.

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Jan 6, 2017: A GIS Analyst's Take on Water Sage

Ponderosa Advisor's in house GIS Analyst, Andrew, discusses how Water Sage has increased his productivity and changed his workflow so that he can provide more value to his internal and external stakeholders.

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December 19, 2016: Looking Back At 2016 And What’s On Tap For Next Year

Kelly Bennett, Managing Partner of Water Sage, takes a look back at what the team has accomplished in 2016 and what we're planning for 2017. 

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Dec 9, 2016: Charting a Course For an Education in Water Rights

Understanding water rights can be a daunting task.  I know, because I didn’t understand a thing about them as little as ten months ago, but since then I’ve found they are one of the most important aspects of land value in Montana and the West.

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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.

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July 6, 2016: Plan B on Banning Fracking: Stop the Flow of Water to Oil and Gas

The Colorado Supreme Court’s ruling on May 2nd that struck down bans and moratoriums on fracking  has assured two things: one, a fight about fracking at the ballot box, and two, be on the lookout for other creative production-halting threats. Where are oil and gas companies getting their water from?  Is it from a secured, legal and reliable source that know won’t be changing? 

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June 23, 2016: Hey Oil and Gas Companies, Are You In Possession of Illegal Water?

What if an oil and gas operator purchases water knowing that the seller deceptively purchased it for agricultural use?  Does it make a difference if the operator is unaware of any deception, but knows that the water isn’t approved for industrial use?  Water Sage tackles the question of stolen water in Colorado.

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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 23, 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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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Water Sage will be at the South Platte Forum in Loveland, CO on October 25-26.
  • Water Sage will be speaking at the 2017 AWRA Annual Conference in Portland, OR on November 5-9.
  • Water Sage will be at the Hart Energy Executive Oil Conference in Midland, TX on November 6-8.
  • Water Sage will be at the Montana Association of Conservation Districts Annual Conference in Bozeman, MT on November 12-14.
  • Water Sage will be at the ACWA 2017 Fall Conference & Exhibition in Anaheim, CA on November 28 - December 1.

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