The Utah Legislature recently created the Colorado River Authority to help the state coordinate with other Colorado River Basin States to navigate the resource for its best use in the thirsty west.
Gene Shawcroft, Utah’s Colorado River Commissioner, joins the program to discuss the new commission and what it means for water in Utah.
00:45 Intro, Water in the west and the Colorado River Compact 1922
05:53 Colorado River Authority
12:40 Colorado River and the Wasatch Front
15:25 Lake Powell Pipeline
17:29 Drought declarations and what do we do?
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