What’s on tap for Arizona water in 2020?

Hoover Dam and Lake Mead

By Elizabeth Whitman | Phoenix New Times

Each year, water becomes a little more scarce in the Southwest, and each year, everyone in Arizona jostles a tad more fiercely to hold onto their precious shares of this vital resource.

Plenty of work is on the docket for 2020 and beyond to manage and preserve Arizona’s water supply, even if that work might not write history the way last year’s signing of the Drought Contingency Plan did.

“The reality [is] that everybody is going after the same limited supplies of water right now,” said Sarah Porter, director of the Kyl Center for Water Policy at Arizona State University.


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