Three Ways California Can Transform Its Water Data

California faces challenges produced by inaccuracies and nonstandardization of water data. Recent legislation will help fix some of the problems, but more can be done, writes Mark Ziman of Ponderosa Advisors. This op-ed was written by Mark Ziman and published in Water Deeply on July 28, 2017.

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The pushes and pulls of water in the west

Finding and creating value is a primary business goal. While there are myriad ways to accomplish this, Ponderosa Advisors, creators of Water Sage, have found that collaborating with organizations allows us to stay neutral on hot-button issues and still reach the disparate stakeholders we serve. This op-ed was published on cobizmag.com on July 13, 2017.

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GOCO says open space applicants can include water-rights mapping in grants

GOCO is making a water rights mapping software part of the deal to ensure local governments, land conservation groups or Colorado Parks and Wildlife to guarantee due diligence as part of this year’s applications. This article was written by Joey Bunch for coloradopolitics.com on July 7, 2017.

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