About the Hydrowonk Blog

The Hydrowonk Blog is a forum to exchange information and perspectives on water markets, resource management and policy, including best management practices and analytic methods.  All dimensions (economic, finance, scientific, engineering, political, legal, and media) and from all perspectives (water user, water right owner, environmental, non-governmental, governmental, tribal, private sector, capital markets and media) of any issue are on the table.  With the growing interaction between the United States and Mexico, look for attention to bi-national matters.

The Hydrowonk Blog aspires to become an open intellectual marketplace for the water industry where individuals share and build their intellectual capital.   Rodney T. Smith, Ph.D. founding co-editor of Water Strategist is the executive blogger.  The Hydrowonk Blog is larger than an individual—a virtual community of those interested in exchanging and building intellectual capital.  Featured and guest bloggers also share their perspectives.

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Stratecon News

INTERA and Stratecon Establish Strategic Partnership

      INTERA Incorporated and Stratecon, Inc. are pleased to announce the formation of a strategic partnership to provide Groundwater Sustainability Planning (GSP) services under California’s Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA). A California-based consulting firm, Stratecon combines the disciplines of economics, finance, natural resource management, and policy to develop innovative solutions to commercial and […]

Recent Studies

Lessons from California’s Journey in Water Markets

The Texas House Committee on Natural Resources held a public hearing on October 16, 2018, to hear invited and public testimony on some its interim charges … Read Stratecon President Rodney T. Smith’s testimony, Lessons from California’s Journey in Water Markets, where he discusses how California’s experience can be used to inform water management in Texas.

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