Arkansas Valley Roundtable members say agriculture gets short shrift in water planning process

Outlet: The Pueblo Chieftain

August 18, 2013

Placing more value on agriculture, tying water to land use and ensuring that growth pays for itself should be ingredients in the state’s long-term recipe for water use. “I guess we’re just not hungry enough yet to see that we ought to be pledging a limit for water to stay in agriculture,” Beulah rancher Reeves Brown told the Arkansas Basin Roundtable last week.