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Water 2025 - Providing Water for the West
The American West is facing a serious crisis. In the long run, we will not have enough water to meet the fast-growing needs of city residents, farmers, ranchers, Native Americans, and wildlife. The demand is increasing; the supply is not. It is time for Americans to become proactive in our efforts to resolve the problem. Crisis management is not a long-term solution.

To accomplish our goal, the Department of the Interior launched Water 2025 - a problem-solving initiative that will help manage scarce water resources, and develop partnerships to nourish a healthy environment and sustain a vibrant economy. Water 2025 will encourage voluntary water banks and other market-based measures, improve technology for water conservation and efficiency, and remove institutional barriers to increase cooperation and collaboration among federal, state, tribal, and private organizations.

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News Releases for Water 2025
06/21/04 Secretary Norton Awards $4 Million in Grants For Water Conservation Projects in the West
01/27/04 President Calls for $21 Million to Help Western Communities Avoid Water Supply Crises
01/13/04 Interior Secretary Announces Challenge Grant Program for Western Water Conservation Projects
10/28/03 Media Advisory: Water 2025 Science and Technology Workshop
06/05/03 Initiative Will Help Agriculture Producers, Communities Hit by Severe Water Shortages
06/04/03 MOU Between DOI and USDA to Establish Interagency Drought Action Teams
06/04/03 Interior Secretary Norton to Address Water 2025 Consulting Conference in Denver
05/28/03 Regional Consulting Conferences to Discuss Water 2025: Preventing Crises and Conflict in the West
05/16/03 Denver Conference to Kick Off Consultations on Water 2025: Preventing Crises and Conflict in the West
05/02/03 Water 2025:Preventing Crises and Conflict in the West Interior Proposal Would Concentrate Federal Resources to Support Community Solutions

Remarks From Water 2025 Conference in Denver, CO, June 6, 2003.
06/06/03 Closing Remarks by Interior Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner John W. Keys III
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