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Regional Water Planning Boundaries
ISC Discussion White Paper, with link to a stakeholder survey
NM Regional Water Plan(s): Projects, Programs and Policies Lists
NMISC Discussion White Paper, with link to a stakeholdler survey
2018 State Water Plan Charter
ISC document
planning-governance.doc
Outline of proposed Dialogue talk
NEW MEXICO SHOULD GOVERN ITS WATER RESOURCE MORE LIKE A COMMONS AND LESS LIKE A MARKET COMMODITY
Conventional wisdom asserts that what is needed to ensure that water is allocated to its highest and best uses is for governments to “get out of the way” and allow markets to function efficiently. That approach doesn’t seem to be working well for New Mexico’s future, for reasons discussed below. How we govern our water becomes particularly critical in the context of looming disruptive impacts of climate change on our sources of supply. This essay proposes an alternative: to think of our water resource as a commons, and govern it accordingly.
WTB Non-pipe criteria
Watershed Restoration and Management Projects and Endangered Species Act Projects are scored and prioritized using “Non-Pipe” criteria (attached.)
WTB Pipe Project Criteria
Water Storage, Conveyance & Delivery Projects, Water Conservation or Recycling, Treatment or Reuse Projects and Flood Prevention Projects are scored and prioritized using “Pipe” criteria (attached).
WTB Project Management Policies
The Water Trust Board is considering potential changes to its comprehensive Project Management Policies. In particular, Sections 2.5 Funding Match Obligation (page 7 of the attached Policies) and Section 3.8 Water System Technical Governance (page 13 of the attached Policies).
ISC State and Regional Water Planning Work Plan FY '15 - '16
As approved by the ISC June 5, 2014.
Recommended Approach for New Mexico State and Regional Water Plan Updates 2013-2015
ISC document outlining "common technical platform" as basis for ensuring consistency among RWPs. Stresses importance of consistency in developing SWP to be able to prioritize projects for funding through the Water Trust Board.
Regional Water Planning Stakeholders - Call for Participation and Local Input
ISC handout at initial meetings with Regions - Steering committee membership guidance; technical research and data gathering process for developing reports to regions for developing RWP "updates."
Shortage Sharing on the Chama 2013
Brian Gallegos panel presentation - 20th Statewide meeting
Water and Law
Max Yeh, panel presentation, 20th Statewide Meeting
Sharing Shortages on the San Juan River
Ryan Christianson panel presentation - 20th Statewide Meeting
Shortage Sharing between Farmers and Birds
Beth Bardwell panel presentation - 20th Statewide Meetong
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
WTB Public Comment on Proposed Policy Amendments
8/2//2013 Request for public comments
WTB 2014 Application Information Package
This memo regards information relating to the 2014 Water Trust Board Application Cycle. This information corresponds with the 2014 Sequence of Events, the Water Trust Board Application Checklist and the Application Process.
Climate Change Handbook for Regional Water Planning (California)
Provides a framework for considering climate change in water management planning. Key decision considerations, resources, tools, and decision options are presented that will guide resource managers and planners as they develop means of adapting their programs to a changing climate.
David Gutzler presentation
16th Annual Statewide Meeting 2010 - Competing interests in the face of future changes
Simeon Herskovits presentation
17th Annual Statewide Meeting 2011 - Taos County Public Welfare Ordinance
David Feldman - keynote presentation
17th Annual Statewide Meeting 2011 - Water Planning in an Era of Diminishing Resources -- More Essential than Ever
Duncan Sill presentation
17th Annual Statewide Meeting 2011 - Economic of Green Infrastructure
Lee Reynis presentation
17th Annual Statewide Meeting 2011
Dale Dekker presentation
17th Annual Statewide Meeting 2011 - Economic Stress: Growth, Water, Land Use, Transportation, Energy
Denise Fort presentation
17th Annual Statewide Meeting 2011
Claudia Borchert presentation
18th Annual Statewide Meeting 2012 - Panel: Meeting water challenges in the face of climate change
David Gutzler presentation
18th Annual Statewide Meeting 2012 - Panel: Future Challenges - "Drought lessons"
Bruce Thomson presentation
18th Annual Statewide Meeting 2012 - Resolution of Challenges will Require Uncommon Collaboration
Craig Allen presentation (PM)
18th Annual Statewide Meeting - Are we up to the challenge?
Amy Haas presentation
18th Annual Statewide Meeting 2012 - NM Interstate Stream Commission Priorities 2012
Paul Tashjian presentation
18th Annual Statewide Meeting 2012 - Panel - Building Hydro-Ecologic Resiliency at Bosque del Apache and Bitter Lakes NWRs
John Leeper presentation
18th Annual Statewide Meeting 2012 - Adaptation, Resilience, and the Navajo Nation
Craig Allen presentation
18th Annual Statewide Meeting 2012 - Panel: Future Challenges - climate change, forest die-off, fire, and water in New Mexico
NEW MEXICO WATER DIALOGUE Board Committee on Consistency: Working document agreed to by the NMWD Board on August 14, 2007
Although many water management entities in New Mexico keep records and report on their performance [data needed here], inconsistent water measurement methods, definitions, and scoping boundaries make comparison difficult. Moreover, lack of context in water reporting (information on water policies and management objectives) undermines public understanding and usefulness of the information provided. Further, information about communities’ water related risks and vulnerabilities is not often reported, nor are quantitative management targets for many communities.
comments--new-western-water-agenda.doc
comments on blog page
13th ASM introduction
Transcript -
State Water Plan panel
Transcript - 13th ASM 2007
13th ASM 2007- awards
In memoriam - Chris Nunn Garcia
Upstream-Downstream project - workshop 1 agenda
Workshop #1 – “Getting on the Same Page” 6/26/2006
15th ASM Agenda (final)
"Bringing Accountability to Water Planning: Does it Take a Crisis?"
David Gutzler presentation
15th Annual Statewide Meeting 2009
Dale Dekker presentation
15th Annual Statewide Meeting 2009
Jean Witherspoon presentation
15th Annual Statewide Meeting 2009
Kevin Flanigan presentation
15th Annual Statewide Meeting 2009
18th ASM agenda
"Changing Waters: Adaptation and Resilience" 2012
Alan Hamilton presentation
15th Annual Statewide Meeting 2009
Lee Brown presentation
15th Annual Statewide Meeting 2009
Jean Witherspoon presentation
16th Annual Statewide Meeting 2010
Dominique Cartron presentation
19th Annual Statewide Meeting 2013
Claudia Borchert presentation
19th Annual Statewide Meeting 2013
Helen Ingram presentation
16th Annual Statewide Meeting 2010
John Fleck presentation
19th Annual Statewide Meeting 2013
Agenda - 19th Annual Statewide Meeting 2013
19th ASM final agenda
Upstream-Downstream meeting 1/29/07
Meeting notes
Jemez y Sangre Regional Water Plan - Volume 1: Report
The purpose of the Jemez y Sangre Regional Water Plan is to assess the available supply of clean, usable surface water and groundwater, to determine the present and future demand for water, and to identify methods for meeting the projected demand through conservation, management, and/or acquisition of water or water rights. The plan has been deliberated over, reviewed, and completed through a process of public participation and technical evaluation. After submission to and acceptance by the Interstate Stream Commission, it will be distributed to public and private water managers so that they can consider and implement the various alternatives as appropriate.
Handbook for Regional Water Plan Updates: Draft November 2008
The Interstate Stream Commission’s Regional Water Planning Handbook was published in 1994. Since that time, all 16 regional water plans have been completed and accepted by the ISC. Planning has been a learning process, as are the various successes and failures at implementing the plans. This handbook for updating regional water plans provides guidance to local decision makers and water managers within the region.
asm07-panel-ii-ud.doc
 
panel-1-rwp-status.doc
 
Planning in the face of uncertainty: weather and water
Keynote presentation at the Dialogue's 13th Annual meeting, January 2007
asmagenda11-14-06.jb.doc
 
Jim McCord Talk, Text, and Slides: NMWD 15th Annual Statewide Meeting
 
Regis Pecos Talk: NMWD 15th Annual Statewide Meeting
 
Kevin Flanigan Talk: NMWD 15th Annual Statewide Meeting
 
Esslinger presentation slides
 
Facilitator's notes 9/2010 Draft
 
0704fiinal.pdf
 
wnrcpres-silber2.doc
 
w5agenda-rev3-12-09.doc
 
W1summary-corrected.doc
 
vmazal.doc
 
usbr_final_report.doc
 
untitled.eps
 
ud-w5summary.doc
 
U-DdraftSOW-1-5-06.doc
 
Turney-MRG-overapp.pdf
 
testpage.txt
 
sumw2final.doc
 
summary6-26w1final.doc
 
steveharris.pdf
 
sspa-w3-reconciling_budgets.pdf
 
SSPA-MRGWSS-pres.pdf
 
Socorro-Sierra-summary.pdf
 
schmidt-petersen.doc
 
schmidt-petersen-8-22-07.pdf
 
save-water-for-what.doc
 
RWP Update Template (11/08 Dialogue Draft)
 
rwphandbookii.doc
 
rwp-update-dialogue.doc
 
riogrande.jpg
 
SW NM (Reg. 4) Report (revised)
 
Jemez y Sangre (Reg. 3) Report
 
MRG (Reg. 12) Slides (.ppt format)
 
reg_form.doc
 
prelim-agenda.doc
 
participants.doc
 
Panel 3 presentation summary (R.Benson)
 
Panel 2 presentation summaries (Hand, M.Benson)
 
MH Salmon panel presentation
 
Panel 1 presentation summaries (all)
 
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