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New website boils down complex Wyo water rights - for a fee

Ponderosa Advisors, LLC today unveiled new improvements and additional features to WaterSage.com, the largest integrated water and land information platform for the state.

This article was published in the Wyoming Business Report on May 24, 2017.

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Tips for radical innovation and entrepreneurship

I recently had the opportunity to be part of a panel discussion at Galvanize Denver-Golden Triangle. The evening was part of Colorado Water Conservation Board’s Tap-IN program and focused on water entrepreneurs: How we overcame obstacles and navigated the rough waters of entrepreneurship.

This guest commentary was published in ColoradoBiz on May 22, 2017.

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Press Release - Water Sage Announces New Features in Water Sage Montana

State's largest land and water data platform helps citizens and water professionals
gain greater insight efficiently and effectively.

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Press Release - New Features Now Available for Wyoming Water Rights Users

Water Sage’s upgraded platform arrives as the Wyoming Water Development Commission evaluates purchasing millions in water rights to satisfy the state’s water needs.

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Press Release - Water Sage Texas Unveils New User Features

First developed in 2013, Water Sage is a web-based mapping and research platform designed to help everyone – from water planning officials to landowners, lawyers, banks, realtors, and conservation groups – gain greater access to information surrounding water and land. 

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Online-based software provides easy access to water information

Watered down, water resources are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. But information about how that water is managed, who has senior rights, etc., isn't easy to find. That's where Water Sage comes into play. 

Samantha Fox wrote this article for the FencePost on May 19, 2017.

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Press Release - Water Sage Unveils New Features to Help Users Navigate Colorado's Complex Water Rights System

Ponderosa Advisors, LLC today unveiled new improvements and additional features to WaterSage.com, the largest integrated water and land information platform for the state.

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Colorado Water Fluency Partnership Will Enhance Education

Two organizations very involved in Colorado Water have created a partnership to enhance a three-month professional development course to help community and business leaders understand complex water issues.

This Colorado Ag Today interview was conducted on May 17, 2017 by KayDee Gilkey and features Rebecca Callahan.

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The Unintended Consequences of Groundwater Overpumping

Overdrafting of aquifers can endanger not only water supplies but also crucial infrastructure. As communities work to implement new groundwater law requirements, available data can help, writes analyst Samantha Fox.

This guest commentary was published in Water Deeply on May 3, 2017.

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Denver Business Journal: Interview

Rebecca Callahan & Samantha Fox were interviewed by Cathy Proctor for "Making a splash: Denver company catalogs water rights across the West", published on May 2, 2017.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Rebecca will be at Colorado Foundation for Water Education's Water Fluency course in Palisades, CO on June 29th.
  • Jim will be at the Montana Governors Drought and Water Supply Advisory Committee Update in Helena, MT on July 18th.
  • Spencer and Kelly will be at the Summer Colorado Water Congress Conference in Vail, CO on August 23-25.
  • Jim will be at the Montana Association of Counties Annual Conference in Bozeman, MT on September 17-21.
  • Jim will be at the Montana League of Cities & Towns Annual Conference in Great Falls, MT on Septrember 27-29.
  • Jim will be at the Montana American Water Resources Association in Helena, MT on October 19-20.
  • Jim will be at the Montana Association of Conservation Districts Annual Conference in Bozeman, MT on November 12-14.

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