Water Marketing: Montana Farm Bureau Meeting

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A water marketing presentation provided to the Montana Farm Bureau Federation in Summer 2010. The objective of the presentation was to provide an overview of water marketing to the water committee members, so they better understand anticipated water marketing policy in state of Montana.

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Water Marketing: Montana Farm Bureau Meeting

  1. 1. water marketing in montana Chris Corbin
  2. 2. “ He hit him a couple clips with the shovel and a scuffle ensued.” -Green Fields of Montana
  3. 4. Chris Corbin water resource management montana water trust chairman bitterroot water forum MBA wr specialist consultant, freelance marketer, entrepreneur moose drool
  4. 5. business acumen water ingenuity Differentiation
  5. 7. water marketing
  6. 8. buying and selling in a market
  7. 9. Water runs with the land?
  8. 10. 1895
  9. 12. water rights
  10. 13. property of the state for the use of its people . . . water
  11. 14. <ul><li>right to use water </li></ul>water right
  12. 15. water rights are assets
  13. 16. water markets
  14. 17. supply and demand
  15. 18. “ The West is the fastest growing part of the country. It is also the driest.” - National Geographic Magazine
  16. 19. physical supply
  17. 20. Steve Running (2009)
  18. 21. Steve Running (2009)
  19. 22. regulatory supply
  20. 23. more valid water right claims than water is available . . . over appropriated
  21. 24. Basin closure 3
  22. 26. Mitigation and Aquifer recharge
  23. 27. 20 AC-FT 1. Aquifer Recharge 2. Mitigation
  24. 28. Future water demand will be met or mitigated by existing water rights.
  25. 29. water market demand
  26. 30. In Montana and other states, competing demands for water are driving water marketing discussions. -Water Policy Interim Committee
  27. 31. Agricultural Urban & Industrial Environmental
  28. 32. Gallatin County
  29. 33. Agricultural
  30. 34. Environmental
  31. 35. Urban
  32. 36. Missoula County
  33. 37. Agricultural
  34. 38. Environmental
  35. 39. Urban
  36. 40. Ravalli County
  37. 41. Agricultural
  38. 42. Environmental
  39. 43. Urban
  40. 44. 169,886 irrigated acres USDA, Economic Research Service (2009)
  41. 45. 297 miles of blue and red ribbon streams 226 miles of dewatered streams Montana FWP, 2009
  42. 46. 59% growth since 1990
  43. 47. Agricultural Urban & Industrial Environmental
  44. 48. water market transactions
  45. 49. Agricultural
  46. 50. Transaction #1
  47. 52. never trust a water right
  48. 53. Transaction #2
  49. 55. Sale $ per AC-FT?
  50. 56. The value of water is what someone is willing to pay for it.
  51. 57. Transaction #3
  52. 59. Water Right Lease
  53. 60. make sure you get the water!
  54. 61. Agricultural Environmental
  55. 62. Transaction #4
  56. 63. Lake Mary Ronan Flathead Lake
  57. 64. Good deals create win-win outcomes.
  58. 65. Agricultural Urban & Industrial Environmental
  59. 66. Transaction #5
  60. 67. Missoula: 1901
  61. 68. Missoula: Now
  62. 69. Missoula
  63. 70. Urban
  64. 71. Restructured Shares 80% 20%
  65. 72. 20% reduction in revenue
  66. 73. Agricultural
  67. 74. agricultural
  68. 75. Agricultural Environmental
  69. 76. Environmental
  70. 77. Environmental
  71. 78. Agricultural Urban & Industrial Environmental
  72. 80. Urban
  73. 81. Water Marketing Agriculture 80% mitigation 20%
  74. 82. Agricultural = A shares Urban & Industrial = B shares Environmental &
  75. 83. Grass Valley French Ditch Company Roots
  76. 84. chris corbin [email_address] 406.531.9156 www.loticwater.com www.activelymovingwater.com
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