Drought Contingency Plan signed by President Trump

President Trump has signed a bill that formalizes a Drought Contingency Plan, a big step in full implementation of a multi-state agreement that includes Arizona to conserve Colorado River water. Cynthia Campbell, city of Phoenix Water Resources Management Advisor and Chuck Podolak SRP’s Director of Water Rights and Contracts, will tell us more about the DCP.

This story is part of Elemental: Covering Sustainability, a multimedia collaboration between public radio and public television stations in Colorado, Arizona and California.

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Cynthia Campbell, City of Phoenix Water Resources Management Adviser and Chuck Podolak, SRP's Director of Water Rights and Contacts

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