Oklahoma Water Resources Center

Economics & Policy

TenkillerDam

Collecting, transporting, and using water incurs costs to both the individual and to the state as a whole.  Since water is such an important resource, it is the subject of numerous state and federal polices as well. [View Web links related to economics and policy.]

The links below connect to pages with specific information on each topic.

Economics & Policy Pages

Recreational Value

Water Law and Policy

Supply and Demand


Related Resources:

Building Plans for Deteriorating Infrastructure -- The impact of this grant is far-reaching, influencing water infrastructure for many rural communities beyond the four studied in this project by Drs. Art Stoecker and Brian Whitacre. (a 2008 funded project)

Ag Policy Issues (newsletter with info & updates on assistance programs)

IFMAPS (Intensive Financial Management and Planning Support)

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