The Director for the Arizona Department of Water Resources discusses the potential consequences of an historically low snowpack in the Rockies
After months of complicated efforts to negotiate a path to distribution, the producers of a remarkable documentary on the creation of Arizona’s landmark groundwater-protection laws finally have broken through.
Shortly after they finished production, producers Kathleen Ferris and Michael Schiffer sat down with Arizona Water News to talk about their work on the documentary.
Water Resources Director Tom Buschatzke appeared live Monday with Mike “Uncle Buck” Rafferty on NBC Sports Radio 1060 AM’s “For the Love of the Game” program. It was, in Uncle Buck’s words, “another glorious day to golf” – or at least to be talking about the nexus between the sport of golf and water. A genuine, heartfelt fan of golf and the golf industry, Uncle Buck peppered the director with a lot of well-developed questions about the importance of wise water use among golf courses. It was a fun interview. And for anyone curious about the extent to which golf courses now go to conserve water, an informative one. As noted, Uncle Buck came to the 17-minute interview prepared with insightful questions. In fact, their interview may represent the first time ever that a sports-radio talk-show host inquired about the complex genesis of groundwater management in Arizona.
NBC Sports AM 1060: http://www.golfazradio.com/