For Wyomingites, water is a precious resource.
Just look around the Powell Valley — without water, our green irrigated fields would be nothing more than dry dirt and sagebrush.
Wyoming's constitution recognizes water as an essential and limited resource. The constitution calls for the state to equally guard water for "all the various interests involved."
Considering just how precious and essential water is, recent statements from the state's top oil and gas official are especially shocking.