Low Water Deliveries From Mexico Hurt Texas Farmers

  • August 28, 2013 - Fronteras
  • "Jesus Luevano works for the Comisión Internacional de Límites y Agua, the Mexican agency that represents the country under the binational water treaties. He confirmed that irrigation districts in Mexico do not set aside water for the Rio Grande when they plan their yearly allocations.

    “Because usually with the rains, in the past, we were able to comply with Mexico's obligations under the treaty," he said. "So we didn't have the need to make any operations in Mexico in order to comply.” FULL STORY