ALBUQUERQUE, NM (AP) — Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s top water adviser warned New Mexico lawmakers on Tuesday that snow runoff is expected to be grim this spring and the arid state needs readily available tools to be able to accommodate years with particularly thin supplies.
Mike Hamman told members of a legislative committee that short-term voluntary programs, such as leaving some agricultural fields unplanted for a season or two, would help New Mexico meet its water delivery obligations to neighboring states.
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