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Navajo Indian irrigation project.

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation.

Navajo Indian irrigation project.

Hearing, Ninety-first Congress, second session, on S. 203 and H.R. 13001 ... June 11, 1970.

by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation.

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Mexico.
    • Subjects:
    • Irrigation laws -- New Mexico.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF27 .I529 1970a
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 57 p.
      Number of Pages57
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5016492M
      LC Control Number76608234

      INDIAN IRRIGATION PROJECTS Deferred Maintenance and Financial Sustainability Issues Remain Unresolved Statement of Anne-Marie Fennell, Director, Natural Resources and Environment Testimony Before the Committee on Indian Affairs, U.S. Senate For Release on Delivery Expected at p.m. ET Wednesday, March 4, GAOT.


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Navajo Indian irrigation project:phase II: a comprehensive plan framework. (Billings, Mont., ), by United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Planning Support Group (page images at HathiTrust) Preliminary archaeological investigations in the Navajo Project area of Northwestern New Mexico. As provided by sections 4(d) and 6 of the Colorado River Storage Project Act of Ap (70 Stat.

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), as amended by the Act of August 7, (60 Stat. ): Provided, Navajo Indian irrigation project. book the Secretary of the Interior in his discretion may transfer to the. After 10 years of negotiation, ‘Public LawNavajo Indian Irrigation and San Juan-Chama Projects’ was agreed upon and signed by the United States, State of New Mexico, and the Navajo Nation to authorize: NIIP: develop and provide a delivery system to.

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Public Law which was passed by congress inestablished the Navajo Indian Irrigation Project for the purpose of furnishing irrigation water to approximatelyacres of farmland on the Navajo Nation.

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The Navajo Indian Irrigation Project (NIIP) (Navajo: Dáʼákʼeh Ntsaa) is a large agricultural development located in the northwest corner of New Mexico. The NIIP is one of the largest Native American owned and operated agricultural businesses in the United : Fontenelle Dam, Glen Canyon Dam.

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The Navajo Indian Irrigation Project Author: Leah S. Navajo Ethno-Agriculture is a Native American nonprofit formed out of our concern that upcoming generations are not exposed to food growth.

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In the s the overgrazed and eroded grasslands of the Navajo Reservation caused the federal government to reduce the tribe's sheep, cattle, and horses by as much as 50%. The government, having left the Navajo without a means of support, began a program of irrigation projects, thus enabling them to turn to agriculture for a livelihood.

Navajo Indian irrigation project:phase II: a comprehensive plan framework. no As authorized, the Navajo Indian Irrigation Project (NIIP) is aafa irrigation project, of which the Nation actually diverts roughlyafa. In the authorizing agreement, the NN waived its right toafa of San Juan River (to be diverted to the Rio Grande basin).

quantification of Navajo Winters rights. INTRODUCTION Inthe United States Congress authorized the Navajo Indian Irrigation Project (NIIP), a ,acre,acre-foot irrigation project located in the northeastern corner of the Navajo Reservation, just south of Farmington, New Mexico.

In the course of negotiating NIIP with the fed. At Navajo Dam, a large fraction of San Juan River water is diverted into the Navajo Indian Irrigation Project (NIIP), which irriga acres (28, ha) of farmland to the south of the river. Aboutacre feet ( km 3), or 30 percent of the lake's capacity, are allocated to the NIIP.

[10]Location: San Juan and Rio Arriba Counties, New Mexico. Carnotite deposits in the Carrizo Mountains area, Navajo Indian Reservation, Apache County, Arizona, and San Juan County, New Mexico,United States Geological Survey, USGS Circular, Number by USGS.

and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Office of Legislative Services. Parkway Bldg. #4 P. Box Window Rock, AZ P: () or F: () The Navajo Nation (Navajo: Naabeehó Bináhásdzo) is an American Indian territory covering ab, acres (71, km 2; 27, sq mi), occupying portions of northeastern Arizona, southeastern Utah, and northwestern New Mexico in the United is the largest land area retained by an indigenous tribe in the United States, with a population ofas of Established: June 1, (Treaty).

Textual Records (in Denver): Correspondence; construction, geological, and hydrological reports; records relating to government towns; and project reappraisal reports for the Columbia Basin Project (Ephrata, WA), ; Palisades Project (Burely, ID), ; Navajo Indian Irrigation Project (Farmington, NM), ; Dolores Archeological.

The Navajo Indian Irrigation Project irrigates approximat acres and diverts approximatelyacre-feet per year. When completed, it will irrigateacres of land and divertacre-feet per year.

The estimatedpermitted animal units obtain water from approximately windmills and 7, stock ponds across the. At the Navajo Region, the Regional Office Irrigation staff provide oversight of the Navajo Indian Irrigation Project (NIIP), including the Tribal P.L. operations and maintenance contract, and Tribal Priority Allocations funds for on-farm development and operations of the farm laboratory; all land acquisitions, exchanges and withdrawals.

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Since the late s, developing projects have been diversifying employment within the Navajo Nation. The Navajo Indian Irrigation Project (NIIP) is projected to irrigateacres of cropland from water impounded in the upper San Juan River basin, using open canals, pipelines, lift stations, and overhead sprinkler systems.

The company's major crops consist of alfalfa, corn, wheat, potatoes and pinto beans. It has planting, irrigation, harvesting, packing and storage capabilities. The company operates the Navajo Indian Irrigation Project to provide a water delivery system from the Navajo Dam reservoir to more thanacres of irrigable land in New on: NmFarmington, Navajo Pride - NAPI, Farmington, New Mexico.

11, likes 4, talking about this 3, were here. NAPI is a Navajo Enterprise that farms and produces superior Navajo Pride™ food, forage, and /5(51). TEMPE, Ariz. — During a policy roundtable discussion held at Arizona State University’s Tempe campus March 9, Navajo Indian Irrigation Project (NIIP) members advocated to the Western Caucus Foundation for funding for the project.

FARMINGTON — Navajo Agricultural Products Industry officials are reaching out to members of the Navajo Nation Council to help secure federal funding to complete construction of the Navajo Indian Irrigation Project. The NIIP is a system of canals and laterals delivering water from Navajo Lake to acre farm located south of Farmington.Navajo economy, farm produce was raised and utilized primarily for subsistence purposes.

The limiting factor in agricultural develop-ment has been the lack of water. However, when the Navajo Irriga-tion Project (part of the $23 million Navajo Dam Project on the San Juan River) is completed, an additionalacres of irrigableFile Size: 2MB.