state line mapping

Water Conservation
8:00 pm
Tue January 14, 2014

State Lines Would Be Much Different if Water and Topography Determined Location

How the states might look if their boundaries were drawn around water resources and topography.
Credit John Lavey / Sonoran Institute

State boundaries would be a lot different if a 19th Century idea would have been used to determine boundaries, and not railroad companies.  Colorado Matters recently explored the premise with John Lavey, a land use planner at the Sonoran Institute in Montana.

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