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Board meeting minutes - July 13, 2017 [corrected]

Regular meeting plus programmatic presentations on state water-planning "charter" and proposed San Agustin Plains groundwater transfer.

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Invitation to participate in the HM1 Task Force to improve our water planning

This is a copy of the invitation letter sent by email during the week of July 17, 2017, to more than 2000 individuals and organizations potentially interested in or affected by water planning in New Mexico.

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COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF STATE WATER PLANNING EFFORTS

IN ARIZONA, COLORADO, MONTANA,OKLAHOMA, OREGON, TEXAS & UTAH WITH COMMENTARY ON NEW MEXICO WATER PLANNING STATUTES, OBJECTIVES, AND TRIBAL CONSULTATION

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Dialogue - Spring 2017

Includes Kathy Grassel's summary report on the 23rd Annual Statewide Meeting, and House Memorial 1 Task Force Water Planning Improvement project

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HM 1 (HAWC Substitute for House Memorial 1, 2017 Regular Legis. Session)

REQUESTING THE INTERSTATE STREAM COMMISSION TO CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS TO CORRECT DEFICIENCIES IN STATE AND REGIONAL WATER PLANNING PROGRAMS AND PROCESSES.

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A Dialogue with the NM Interstate Stream Commission (part 2)

Questions & Answers for ISC Director Dixon (audio file: .wma).

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A Dialogue with the NM Interstate Stream Commission (part 1)

Remarks reflecting on the day's work by ISC Director Deborah Dixon (audio file: .wma).

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Reports from the breakout sessions

Reports from each table (two rounds each) combined in a single document (.docx).

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Intro. to the breakout sessions (slides)

Lucy's instructions about breakout group logistics (slides: .pdf)

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Introduction to the breakout sessions

Lucy Moore's instructions regarding breakout group logistics (audio file: .wma)

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Role of New Mexico First in water planning

Heather Balas, NM First President, discusses her organization's role in the ISC's water planning process going forward. (Audio file: .wma)

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Panel presentation - comparing state water plans

Adrian Oglesby, Director, Utton Transboundary Resources Center, UNM school of Law (audio file: .wma)

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Panel presentation - good state water plans ...the Colorado Way

Greg Johnson, Colorado Water Conservation Board (slides: .pdf)

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First keynote address - Where we are [and what the future holds]

Presentation by John Fleck, UNM Water Resources program director. Audio file (.wma).

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SWP Example - Drought plan

Excerpt from 2003 NM State Water Plan

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Report of RWP-SWP Ad Hoc Committee

Appendix C - 2003 State Water Plan. Report on relationships between regional water plans and the state water plan

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Water Rights Adjudication

Draft issue paper. Comments are welcome.

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Technical Information

Draft issue paper. Comments are welcome.

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Tribal Participation

Draft issue paper. Comments are welcome.

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Public Participation

Draft issue paper. Comments are welcome.

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Strengthening Linkages

Draft Issue paper. Comments welcome.

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Introduction and Summary

Introduces the purpose of the Governance Study Group (GSG), its approach, and its draft work products, a series of six issue papers.

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State and Regional Water Planning in New Mexico

Reprinted from Water Matters 7, a publication of the Utton Transboundary Resource Center at the University of New Mexico School of Law.

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New Mexico Water Dialogue 21st Annual Statewide Meeting

New Mexico has suffered through years of extreme drought, followed by a summer of greater but uneven rains—not enough, however, to equal average annual rainfall, or to replenish storage. El Niño, recently thought to be strengthening, remains weak. Updating regional water plans that were completed between 1999 and 2008 is now underway. The basic challenge remains the same: to close the gap between supply and demand. But with drought, warming, and greater unpredictability as the likely "new normal," it may be that there will just be less water to meet aggregate demand. If so, New Mexicans will need to identify the associated economic, environmental, social and cultural vulnerabilities and learn together how to live with less water.

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DIALOGUE'S 20th ANNUAL STATEWIDE MEETING - Implementing Change: Where's the Political Will?

Congratulations to all involved on a highly successful meeting! As presentations are received and permissions obtained, we are posting materials here. Click on the links below in the agenda.

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State and Regional Water Planning Work Plan 2014 [SUPERSEDED]

The ISC's approved work plan for updating the 2003 State Water Plan and funding selected regions to update their RWPs

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David Gutzler presentation

16th Annual Statewide Meeting 2010 - Competing interests in the face of future changes

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