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Carpe Diem West staff and advisors explore issues related to western water and climate change.

Healthy Headwaters Policy Platform - May 2020

Over the past ten years, the Healthy Headwaters Alliance, an innovation network of diverse western water leaders, has implemented new and sustainable responses to impacts of a rapidly changing clima...

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Scouting What’s Ahead

You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.  - Jane Go...

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Clean Drinking Water for All

Dear Friends: The Willamette Basin is a hard-working western river system. Over two-thirds of the state’s population lives in this 11,460 square mile region, a million plus acres are farmed a...

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Four Surprising Truths About Drinking Water in California

Community advocates have been relentless in the fight for a real, lasting solution. The more those in power grapple with the hard truths of unsafe drinking water, the better chance we have of ending...

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Black Swans on the western horizon - $3.2B is a good start (or we can spend billions more)

"As the recent DCP negotiation highlighted, two of the most problematic features of the current management framework—the inability of Pinal County, Arizona farmers to easily absorb CAP curtailments,...

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