August 19th, 2016


Wall Street Journal Exposes BLM BIAS in Cadiz Water Project Decision

As our readers may remember, last October, the Bureau of Land Management issued a controversial guidance opinion finding that the Cadiz Water Project’s proposed use of the Arizona & California Railroad’s right-of-way for its water pipeline needed a separate permit …

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July 13th, 2016


Sweeping Legal Victory As Foes Drop Cadiz Water Project Litigation

The Cadiz Water Project scored a sweeping legal victory yesterday as project foes let the deadline for filing for a review by the California State Supreme Court pass. With the litigants – an environmentalist consortium and a desert strip mining …

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June 29th, 2016


New Colorado River Deal Would Make Cadiz Water Project More Essential

After 16 years of drought, the deteriorating situation on the Colorado River makes it clear that the ability to transfer 50,000 acre feet of Cadiz Water Project water annually to Southern California is more important than ever. Every drop of water in …

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June 8th, 2016


Why Is KCET Allowing Anti-Cadiz Water Project Invective?

“Just when it seems like … Cadiz can’t get any stranger ….” So starts the latest article by Emily Green, one of the angriest and most zealous critics of the Cadiz Water Project’s plan to conserve water that’s currently evaporating …

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May 23rd, 2016


Legal Expert: BLM Position on Cadiz “Must Be Set Aside”

Southern California attorney Andrew Henderson has published an article in the prestigious legal publication The Daily Journal that explains why the federal Bureau of Land Management’s position on the Cadiz Water Project’s proposed co-location of its water pipeline in the …

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