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Agriculture

02.2021 Water Market Insider: California Farm Revenues Rely Heavily on Water Transfers

The agriculture industry in California relies heavily on water transfers to meet irrigation needs and maintain its billion-dollar revenues. The most...

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Press Release

2021 Summer Associate Opportunities

WestWater Research is currently seeking qualified graduate students for our 2021 Graduate and Undergraduate Summer Associate Positions These positions provide exposure...

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Agriculture

Webinar: Applications of Water Futures Contract in California’s Agricultural Sector

Clay Landry with WestWater, along with Patrick Wolf of Nasdaq will be providing an overview of the NQH2O Index and...

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Webinar

WEBINAR January 14: Looking back at Colorado water and real estate in 2020

Join us on January 14th from 2pm-3pm MST as we bring together experts on water and real estate to discuss...

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Agriculture

Water Market Insider: Divergence in Agricultural Water Use Values

The $50 billion per year irrigated agriculture market in the Western U.S. is on the rise but growth is concentrated...

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California

WEBINAR: Nasdaq Veles California Water Index (NQH20) futures

You’ve heard us talk about the new NQH20 futures contracts. Tune in on December 2nd to learn more about what...

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California

WEBINAR RECORDING: Water Markets, SGMA & California’s First Open-Source Water Accounting and Trading Platform

If you didn’t get a chance to tune into our recent webinar about California’s first open-source water accounting and trading...

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California

CME futures contract live December 7th!

Interested in managing your water risk in California? Put this date on your calendar. The CME group announced today that “futures on...

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