The Interstate Council on Water Policy (ICWP) announces the release of an updated study that examines ways in which states have organized solutions to water resource management challenges across state boundaries. The report refreshes findings from a 2006 study, providing new examples of interstate water management initiatives, additional lessons learned, and observations of changes in the federal landscape. Entitled Interstate Water Solutions: Lessons from the Past and Recommendations for the Future — A Look toward 2050, the full report and Executive Summary are available here:
Interstate Council on Water Policy
PO Box 20908
Cheyenne WY 82003
Who is ICWP?
We bring together regional, state, and local water resources entities to develop our voice on diverse water policy issues. Through the exchange of information and ideas, we create a national forum in which to evaluate policy issues and develop solutions to water resource challenges.