H.R. 5088. “It would require a permit from the federal government to essentially do anything with my land,” said Jim Chilton Jr. of the Arizona Cattle Growers’ Association, who owns a 50,000-acre ranch near the Mexican border. “Bottom line: It will control any drop of water in every backyard, every puddle.”
Those looking for safe haven, preservation and growth for their investment dollars realize that food and water, the basics to sustaining life have a broad secure market. It is estimated that that the world’s population will grow by another three billion hungry people over the next twenty five short years.
Irrigated agriculture farm and ranch land, and the control of Water Rights, when managed right, these limited resources have little long term, downside risk. The future growth in demand is virtually guaranteed.
Many basins are already designated or closed to additional Water Rights being allocated. Priority dates may become more important. For a thirsty world, this market will only get tighter.
There is plenty to get your head around, I and other professionals I work closely with can help you.
Mining dominated the economy and politics of the state for a half century. In 1866 alone there were 200 mining districts that acted roughly as a court system in that they recorded deeds, transferred titles to claims, drew abstracts, and recorded a variety of land instruments. Documents related to mining and minerals may be found at the county level at the Nevada State Library, Division of Archives and Records. The archives also has mining corporation papers, 1861–1926. Those after 1926 are at the Nevada Secretary of State's Office. Other holdings at the archives include state mine inspection records, 1909–74, for operating mines. The focus today for many has changed, from mining claims to water rights. The Gold Rush Continues!
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