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Arbuckle Simpson Aquifer: Water Wars
The Oklahoma Water Resources Board voted to drastically reduce the amount of water users can draw out of the rain-fed aquifer.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1433
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we meet some Oklahomans who are trying to change the world one drop of water at a time.
Water4 - Tackling the Clean Water Crisis
Water4 of Oklahoma City is creating jobs in developing nations to eradicate the world's water crisis.
Ray Sanders - Clean Water Access
Water4 CEO Ray Sanders shares how his company is using technology to make clean water realistic for even the most remote areas.
Ray Sanders - Clean Water Access
Water4 CEO Ray Sanders shares how his company is using technology to make clean water realistic for even the most remote areas.
Water4 - Tackling the Clean Water Crisis
Water4 of Oklahoma City is creating jobs in developing nations to eradicate the world's water crisis.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1510
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we’ll take you on a tour of Oklahoma’s burgeoning wine industry and look at prospects for farmers in a drier climate.
Oklahoma Wine Trail
We travel down an agritourism trail where Oklahomans turn water into wine.
Gene Clifton - Shipping Woes
The president of the Oklahoma Grape and Wine Commission talks about shipping issues surrounding the state’s rapidly growing wine industry.
Downtown Fruit
Value Added: In downtown McAlester, Okla., Whispering Meadows Vineyard & Winery is a one-stop shop for any wine connoisseur.
One Taste at a Time
Value Added: Just outside of Fairview, Okla., the Flaming family’s orchard and winery is growing clientele, one taste at a time.
Drought Buster?
Improving Oklahoma’s long-term drought will require above-normal rainfall for more than one season.
Steve Solomon - Water: The Epic Struggle
Water plays a critical role in commerce. Author Steve Solomon talks about water and the struggles that come with it.
Infrastructure
There is another world underground where miles and miles of sewers and pipes are aging.
On the Grid
Value Added: Infrastructure is vital to the American economy, but too often, out of sight is out of mind.
J.D. Strong - Water, Water Everywhere, But Whose Is It?
We visit with J.D. Strong of Oklahoma's Water Resources Board about its plan to ensure a reliable water supply for future generations of Oklahomans.
Phil Richardson and Brian Crain - Capitol Water Debate - Part 1
Value Added: We sit down with Phil Richardson and Brian Crain, the two Oklahoma lawmakers charged with guiding the water debate, and get some insights into an ...
Phil Richardson and Brian Crain - Capitol Water Debate - Part 2
Value Added: We continue our interview with two Oklahoma lawmakers, Phil Richardson and Brian Crain.
Made in Oklahoma - Natural Water Company
We kick-off made in Oklahoma month with a trip to natural water company in Norman, Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Clean Rivers - Importance of Water Quality
Water... a valuable resource to our state, not only in quantity but quality as well.
Blue River Conservation - Conservation OKIE Style
We take a look at a partnership between the Chickasaw Nation and the Nature Conservancy geared at cleaning up south central Oklahoma's Blue River.
Dam Conservation - Rebuilding our Infrastructure
Low water dams are environmental and an economic benefit to our state in reducing flooding during peiods of heavy rainfall and suppling water during dry spells.
Cattle Producers - Drought Recovery - Rebuilding the Herd
Southwestern Oklahoma cattle producers are bouncing back after last year's devastating drought.
Infrastructure
There is a whole other world underground; miles and miles of sewers and pipes, and all of it aging.
On the Grid
Infrastructure is vital to the American economy; but too often, out of sight is out of mind.
Made in Oklahoma - Natural Water Company
We kick-off made in Oklahoma month with a trip to natural water company in Norman, Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Drought 2011
With temperatures at the century mark, and rains virtually non-existent, this has been a hard, hot summer for those who live off the land.
Water Overview
Few issues are more important and more convoluted, than the current debate over Oklahoma’s water resources. We jump right in to try to clear up what has been a ...
Phil Richardson and Brian Crain - Capitol Water Debate - Part 1
Value Added: We sit down with Phil Richardson and Brian Crain, the two Oklahoma lawmakers charged with guiding the water debate, and get some insights into an ...
Value Added - Interview with Phil Richardson and Brian Crain on the Capitol Water Debate - Part 2
We continue our interview with two Oklahoma lawmakers, Phil Richardson and Brian Crain.