Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Oklahoma has water but will it be enough to meet needs? #OKdrought #AltusOK

By Rick M. Green, Capitol Bureau
Hundreds of thousands of people in central Oklahoma depend on underground water that is plentiful but requires careful management to ensure supplies remain adequate for the region's growing population.

That's the message from Oklahoma Water Resources Board officials after a ground-breaking study of the water system beneath 3,000 square miles of the most densely populated area of the state.


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