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Update on Work of Development Guidelines Task Force

The Development Guidelines Task Force of AGAI has been hard at work developing templates for members to use when working and negotiating with developments that impact their infrastructure. This work of the task force is ongoing and the Task Force welcomes any input and assistance.  Please reach out to an AGAI Board member or attend an AGAI Board meeting so that you can have the most recent information.

There are a number of ditches that have developed “encroachment permits” to assist them and provide certainty and continuity along their system.  There are two examples here that you can use as a starting point for work within your own conveyance system.

Adjudication Process in the Gallatin (41H)

adjudication process in the gallatin (41H) The temporary decree has been issued in the Gallatin and impacts all water rights with a priority date before 1973.  This document outlines the process so that water users can better understand the steps and how to be...

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Checklist and Sample Bylaws

Checklist and sample bylaws for irrigators AGAI has worked with irrigators in the Gallatin to develop checklist for organized irrigation conveyance facilities to use to facilitate discussions on the current and future organizational structure of their system.  There...

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Greater Yellowstone Agricultural Forum

Greater Yellowstone Agricultural Forumevent | water rightsby AGAI EditorSpecial Topic: Water Rights February 7, 2019 Lewis & Clark Gathering Place 510 S MAIN ST THREE FORKS, MT Doors Open at 8:30 AMProgram begins at 9 AM   Program covers everything you need...

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