Around the Water Table: Connecting Stakeholders

If whiskey is for drinking and water for fighting over, it’s largely due to the emotional and cultural associations that have built up a dynamic over the years. Different groups representing agriculture, business and economic growth, the environment, urban development, just to name a few, tend to make assumptions about each other’s motives. How can traditional stakeholders and newer interests, including the business community find common ground to support difficult decisions?

Moderator: Bret Jaspers, Senior Field Correspondent, KJZZ
Panelists: Paul Bruchez, Rancher, Reeder Creek Ranch; Terry Brunner, Founder, Grow New Mexico; Kirsten James, Director of California Policy, Ceres, Inc.