This Article considers the Agua Caliente groundwater litigation a decade since its inception. It recounts the most recent developments in the case, notably the move to mediation and the strategic work that brought the water districts to the table. The Article places this monumental case in context: in the history of colonization and tribal-state relations, the present climate crisis, and the State of California’s groundwater management regime. The Article ultimately outlines the present opportunity to reimagine the role of tribes in groundwater management.
"Toward a Tribal Role in Groundwater Management,"
American Indian Law Journal: Vol. 11:
2, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.seattleu.edu/ailj/vol11/iss2/1