When the state’s urban dwellers think of rural water resources – if they think of them at all – they most likely think of recreational opportunities, like fishing, boating and camping. Residents of rural areas of the state, however, are confronting a wide range of water issues, with ensuring sufficient supplies being the most critical issue. The rural water management strategy that is adopted must reflect the physical, social and cultural characteristics unique to the non-urban regions of Arizona.
Arroyo 2002 Arizona Rural Water Issues Attracting Attention
What is best plan for managing non-Active Management Areas?
March 1, 2002
Arroyo, , vol. 11, no. 1, 12pp., Water Resources Research Center, Tucson, AZ, March 1, 2002