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The Water Desk is now accepting applications for grants of up to $10,000 to support water journalism related to the Colorado River Basin.
The Water Desk is excited to announce the recipients of new grants to support water-related journalism in the seven states of the Colorado River Basin and the borderlands of northwest Mexico. The grantees will be...
The Trump administration’s new definition of “waters of the United States” dramatically shrinks federal protection of many wetlands and waterways under the Clean Water Act. The rule change cuts red tape for farmers and developers but could threaten ecosystems and drinking water, especially in the arid West.
The Water Desk has made $75,000 in grants to journalists and media outlets covering California water issues.
The Water Desk spoke with Rebecca Watson and John Leshy, who visited the University of Colorado Boulder campus recently for an armchair debate hosted by the Getches-Wilkinson Center.
Water conservation in California’s southern desert is causing an environmental disaster as the Salton Sea quickly shrinks.
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