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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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Oct 29, 2015: Groundwater Depletion: Is Texas Draining Its Savings Account?

Groundwater conservation, starting with local measurement and involvement, is a crucial piece of the water puzzle in Texas. The number of water users is growing fast, and they’re all drawing out of the same shared savings account. It pays to be informed because increased awareness and engagement can lead to potential solutions. And as the saying goes: If you don’t have a seat at the table, you’re probably on the menu.

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Feb 21, 2015: What Makes a Great Water Right?

A great water right is one that has the most potential to provide water, as opposed to water right that looks good on paper, but does not provide the full amount of water it promises.  In this post Nancy Zalutsky tells you how to use the new Water Sage Rating System to help you compare water rights on properties, and shows you how the ratings can help you identify important, but often overlooked aspects of water rights.

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Dec 6, 2014: The Difference Between Your Well and a Hole in the Ground

The complex relationship between wells and aquifers is something all well owners, prospective owners, and groundwater stakeholders would benefit from a basic understanding of.  Today's post outlines key aspects of evaluating a well based the hydrological features, water quality, and the legal rights and obligations associated with it.

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May 27, 2014: Whiskey’s For Drinkin’, Water’s For Fightin’ Over

Wrangling the data sets that you can so efficiently access in Water Sage is a full time endeavor for a whole team of people. From cleansing data to understanding legalities to creating intuitive visuals, our team brings order and ease to the world of water rights research. Read this first in a series of technical blog posts to gain some insight into our approach to all things data.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Water Sage will be at the South Platte Forum in Loveland, CO on October 25-26.
  • Water Sage will be speaking at the 2017 AWRA Annual Conference in Portland, OR on November 5-9.
  • Water Sage will be at the Hart Energy Executive Oil Conference in Midland, TX on November 6-8.
  • Water Sage will be at the Montana Association of Conservation Districts Annual Conference in Bozeman, MT on November 12-14.
  • Water Sage will be at the ACWA 2017 Fall Conference & Exhibition in Anaheim, CA on November 28 - December 1.

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