Kyl Center for Water Policy

Seeking water solutions
The Kyl Center for Water Policy at Morrison Institute promotes research, analysis, collaboration and dialogue to build consensus on sound water stewardship for Arizona and the West.

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Better discussion leads to better solutions
Kyl Center programs are designed to engage the public and decision makers.

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Arizona Water Blueprint
Coming in 2019
A dynamic web-based visualization tool to foster understanding and to support planning and decision-making.

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Resiliency Scorecards
Coming in 2019
The Water Index promotes discussion of water challenges and assists decision makers in sound management strategies.

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Adjudication Reform
At work with stakeholders to find ways to settle water rights claims and  ensure that individuals and communities  have the water certainty they need.

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Water for Agriculture
USDA-funded project that addresses issues at the intersection of water and agriculture through collaboration and community engagement.

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AZ Big Media
September 19, 2019

Arizona will find a way, leading water policy

Southwest states and water stakeholders wrestled to reach consensus on a plan to conserve Colorado River water for the future with a deal to update the binding seven-state Drought Contingency Plan (DCP). Experts and state water leaders who came together to discuss solutions at the 2019 Congressional Conference in August included Sarah Porter, director of the Kyl Center for Water Policy, ASU Morrison Institute.

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