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Hello everyone this is Joe from Partnership With Native Americans
I am really looking forward to learning from you today Katosha. We seem to be entering a new phase of our use of water for agriculture in AZ and I am looking forward to your wisdom on this topic.
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Brian Barg, CCHHS
Brian Barg- Public Health Educator- Coconino County Health & Human Services
Hello! David Robinson - St. Mary's Food Bank
Hello! Ashley Grabb, Maricopa County Department of Public Health, Food Systems and Childhood Team
Don't hesitate to jot down some questions you may have for Katosha at the end! We will follow her presentation with some info on the Water strategies emerging in the statewide food plan and then also open things up for questions and comments
Not boring at all. Very interesting, and helpful to have more insight on this!
Thanks so very very much. This is the issue of our timer ag in AZ.
What can the average Arizona resident do to better support water resources for tribes and across all communities in AZ?
Can you comment on whether ground water pumping is going to be able to replace needed water for ag.
What is the name of the report again?
Also, if tribes have such primary standing how can they
Oops, influence the outcomes of these discussions?
Has recent Supreme Court ruling that acknowledged historical trial rights changed the possibility of tribes participating in these negotiations?
Local First Arizona
A mega-dairy is transforming Arizona’s aquifer and farming lifestylesMinnesota’s Riverview Dairy has deep pockets and long straws.https://www.hcn.org/issues/53.8/agriculture-a-mega-dairy-is-transforming-arizonas-aquifer-and-farming-lifestyles--High Country News
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Thanks so very much. Water is the issue of this time in AZ. I am so glad that we moved it forward and focussed on it.
recordings at: https://www.azfsn.org/resources.html