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Water SageTM is the largest integrated water and land information platform in the country. We connect thousands of users to water rights, groundwater, streamflow, and land information in an intuitive, map-based research system. Water Sage makes deep knowledge accessible to the full spectrum of water stakeholders, from empowering basic research to enhancing professional workflows.

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Bringing efficiency and insight to the COMPLEX WORLD of water rights, land parcel data and public records

Denver Water
Reley

Using Water Sage in an early stage client meeting, we quickly identified the client’s important issues and located critical data that facilitated a negotiated settlement in our client’s favor.

– Sheela Stack, Shareholder

First
Swan Land Company

The fact that we can export maps and information so easily allows us to respond quickly and with accurate and valuable information which they can make decisions from.

– Mike Swan, Owner

Hydro
City of Bozeman

Water Sage gives me a unique ability to make sure that Bozeman’s adequacy requirements are met when looking at subdivision and new developments.

– Brian Heaston, Project Engineer

MAY 17, 2017

May 17, 2017: What I learned at Water Fluency, part 1

Our Marketing Director, Rebecca Callahan, talks about what she's learned at Colorado Foundation for Water Education's Water Fluency professional development course.

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MAY 12, 2017

May 12, 2017: To Open Source or Not to Open Source: that is the question.

The decision of whether or not to integrate open source components into your application, or indeed to offer your application as an open source product itself must, at the end of the day, transcend the realm of rhetoric and philosophy.  It must be based on the requirements of the product, the cost of the development and (listen carefully, managers) the sanity and satisfaction of the developers on the front lines. 

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MAY 6, 2017

May 6, 2017: Montana: should we look West to learn how to manage exempt wells?

Montana water users are watching the growing water rights dispute in Washington, because Montana has looked at aspects of Washington’s approach to water rights as an example to follow.

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