1 day ago · The Lower Basin states of Arizona, California, and Nevada have agreed to save an additional 3 million acre-feet of Colorado River Water in the Lower Basin by the end of 2026, or about 13 percent.

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. Nov 11, 2022 · A century ago this month, representatives from the seven states in the Colorado River Basin came together at Bishop’s Lodge, north of Santa Fe, and signed the Colorado River Compact. .

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. It defined the relationship between the upper basin states, where most of the river's water supply originates, and the lower basin.

this historic partnership between California & other Lower Basin states will help maintain critical water supply for millions of Americans as we work together to ensure the long-term sustainability of the CO River System". The agreement with the three states, which together make up the river's Lower Basin, is slated to last through the end of 2026, the Interior Department said in a statement on Monday.

Arizona, California and Nevada have agreed to take less water from the drought-strained Colorado River, a breakthrough agreement that, for now, keeps the river from falling so low.
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The three Colorado River lower basin states -- California, Nevada and Arizona -- will be required to conserve an unprecedented 3 million-acre-feet of water through 2026, the U. S. . . Department of the Interior confirmed Monday. .

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1982-83 Master recommends additional tribal water claims be upheld.

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RT @BrandonRichards: "California has stepped up to make significant cuts.

Each section of the basin has the rights to 7.