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Federal Water Claims May Delay Development in West
State Water Rights
Contributor:Bennett, Wallace P
Living with a Giant, the Colorado River
Brochure outling reclamation history and uses of Colorado River Basin
COLORADO RIVER COMPACT SIGNED AT SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, NOVEMBER 24, 1922
Contributor:Norviel, W. S.; McClure, W. F.; Carpenter, Delph E.; Scrogham, J. G.; Davis, Stephen B., Jr.; Caldwell, R. E.
“The States of Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming, having resolved to enter into a compact under the act of the Congress of the United States of America approved August 19, 1921 (42 Stat. ...
Colorado River Association Newsletter, Winter, 1977
“California joined four other Colorado River Basin states seeking to intervene as defendants in lawsuit filed by Environmental Defense Fund against Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Interior and Bureau of ...
Big Dam Foolishness - Pamphlet Protesting Reclamation Projects
“As an excellent example, no one questions the need for flood control; the necessity for soil and water conservation; the desirability of better recreational facilities; and, the ever-increasing demand for electric energy…But ...
Proposed Acreage Limitation Reclamation Rules and Regulations FEDERAL REGISTER, August 25, 1977
“The proposed regulations are the result of the August 13, 1976 court order by the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. The basic content of the court order called upon the Bureau of Reclamation to develop ...
U.S.D.I. News Release: LOCATIONS ANNOUNCED FOR 160-ACRE HEARINGS, October 19, 1977
“Locations have been selected for the hearings on proposed regulations to govern future sales of land holdings in excess of 160 acres that receive Federal water, the Department of the Interior announced today.”
U.S.D.I. News Release: Interior Suspends Comment Period for Acreage Limitation, February 18, 1981
“Secretary of the Interior James G. Watt announced today he has suspended indefinitely the comment period in the proposed regulations for administering the acreage limitations of the Reclamation Act.”
Colorado River Association Newsletter, Summer 1980
“Water projects that may cost as much as $2.5 billion will be needed if Colorado is to supply the demands of energy development in the state in the next 20 years.”