Tuesday, April 16, 2024
07 March 2024
The gift of water to our children, the Nation they will inherit is before us - Navajo Times
29 February 2024
JOINT PRESS RELEASE - NN Office of the President and VP, NN Office of the Speaker, NN Dept. of Justice, and NN Water Rights Comm. announcing a summary release on Arizona's water rights settlement.
29 February 2024
Climate change, cost and competition for water drive settlement over tribal rights to Colorado River - AP News
14 February 2024
KTNN Radio Forums and Facebook Livestreams on Navajo Water Rights

KTNN Radio Forums and Facebook Livestreams on Navajo Water Rights

Tune in to KTNN for Public Education Radio Forums on Navajo Water Rights Settlement in Arizona!

Join us for three informative sessions:

🗓 Thursday, February 15, 2024

🗓 Wednesday, February 21, 2024

🗓 Wednesday, February 28, 2024

⏰ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Get ready to dive deep into discussions about Navajo water rights in Arizona and the Navajo Nation’s involvement in comprehensive water rights settlement with the United States, the State of Arizona, and other parties.

Connect to KTNN AM 660 & FM 101.5 on your radio or listen online at Navajo Water Rights and ktnnonline.com. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more and ask questions!

For submitting questions, call or text (928) 288-0567 or use the Facebook virtual chat option.


Replays available on the Navajo Water Rights Facebook:
February 15th, 2024 https://fb.watch/qsIYNScBsN/
February 21st, 2024 https://fb.watch/qsI-9JGtTS/

18 January 2024
Chronicles from the New Mexico NNWRC Public Education Meetings

Chronicles from the New Mexico NNWRC Public Education Meetings

In the Navajo towns of To’hajiilee and Crownpoint, NM, on the Friday of January 12, 2024, the Navajo Nation Water Rights Team gathered for pivotal Public Education Meetings. 

1. Initiating the Dialogue: Each meeting kicked off with a warm welcome and prayer, setting the stage for a deep dive into the intricate web of Navajo water rights. Crystal Tulley Cordova, Principal Hydrologist in the Navajo Nation Department of Water Resources – Water Management Branch, took the floor to address some pressing questions. The conversation began: Why aren’t homes without water simply being counted using satellite imagery? The audience was eager to understand the intricacies, and Crystal explained that while satellite imagery was utilized for estimates, achieving 100% accuracy remained a challenge. Read more

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