The Strategic Water Reserve (Reserve) established in 2005 transforms New Mexico’s policies regarding river management. The Reserve is a pool of publicly held water rights dedicated to keeping New Mexico’s rivers flowing to meet the needs of river-dependent endangered species and to fulfill our water delivery obligations to other states. It is a tool for New Mexico to achieve sensible and sustainable water policies by balancing water use between cities, industry, agriculture, and the rivers of the state.
Buynak, Brigette and Stephanie Tsosie. "Strategic Water Reserve." Water Matters! 2015, 1 (2015): 29-1-29-4. https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/utton_watermatters/vol2015/iss1/34
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2007, updated October 2013 by Stephanie Tsosie. Contributors: Stefanie Beninato, and Joshua Mann.