Water is the primary concern of Rural/Urban Resources.
As our name implies, we bring together a coalition of opportunities, plans, and schedules for much needed economic and groundwater development to benefit all parties.
We also work to develop and promote education programs to create public interest in and support for water resource development. We work to develop basic research and to determine physical, social and economic data to inform people about water issues. While we work on development of underground water resources, and to protect the historical ownership of groundwater, we like to think of ourselves as a “people project”.
When anyone starts talking about expanding income opportunities to the owners of groundwater and adding economic opportunities for those living in our rural communities, while providing this needed resource to others, they are talking about people.
Rural/Urban Resources is a generator of ideas for a coalition of people seeking positive answers.
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