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stanzas 5 and 6
01-16-2019, 04:47 PM,
RE: stanzas 5 and 6
(01-16-2019, 04:26 PM)easternOHsteve Wrote: @Beavertooth
In some areas a meter is required on your well w/stiff penality for usages that are over a certain usage of that well; think farmers and cattlemen. What if you want to construct a pond? How might that be regulated to balance upstream/downstream regulation?
In a remote BLM, etc. area, I don't think it would apply (government always excludes their departments). But a nearby (on the trip) area, it just might steer you the proper direction???

Not sure where you are coming from (or going with) on this, but a real world example of governmental restrictions is;

Since the early 1900's, water rights have been strictly limited in Utah. Certain homeowners, farmers and ranchers got rights at that time. Since then, all other land has no water rights. No wells allowed. No capture of rain. Pretty tough on landowners without rights. Obviously, some rights are bought and sold over time. Some incorporated towns and cities, especially near the mountains east of Salt Lake City, with snow pack and rivers, have more flexibility. But in the hinterlands, nada.
01-16-2019, 06:15 PM, (This post was last modified: 01-16-2019, 06:20 PM by pidmt.)
RE: stanzas 5 and 6
the reason i started this thread was to inform people on the words that fenn means in the poem ,just like when he compared that deep canyons can be between tall buildings,that is when i really started to try to think of what he means,i have came along way in doing so ,most the words in the poem are not what they seem to represent, very clever words of choice,,,i feel like i am contributing very important info for all to read,

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