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    Masters of Water Resource Management

    I'm looking into going to New Mexico for their MWR program or possibly Wyoming for theirs. Does anybody know anyone that got a degree in such a specialized program? I'm very interested in water resource planning and want to become a precious commodity early in the game since water planning will only become increasingly important, if you catch my drift.

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    anyone????

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    I'm a first year MURP student at Virginia Tech and I know a number of students and recent grads that have designed a water resource management specialization within the planning program; I'm on track to do so myself. While I don't know anything about programs in purely water resource management, it seems to be a field of growing importance that has the potential to be more recession-proof than other land use planning jobs. If you have any specific questions, post here or feel free to PM me.
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    I am partial to the program at Utah State.
    http://www.cnr.usu.edu/wats/
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