Video Hatch: “How the Market Can Keep Streams Flowing”

Rob Harmon, expert on energy and natural resources policy, shares the story of Pricky Pear Creek and how a broken water rights system based on a “use it or lose it” principle has been transformed with incentives to conserve and keep water in the stream.


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  • Mike Miller

    What about the ski resorts and cities.The water rights needs to be taken away and an allotment given so much a year and that is it.. The water is not theirs so stop paying for it, does 17 trillon in debt ring a bell.