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Water Desk offers support for coverage of Colorado River Basin

The Water Desk is now accepting applications for grants to support media outlets and individual journalists.

Water Desk supports journalists covering New Mexico and Rio Grande

The Water Desk is excited to announce new grants to support water journalism connected to New Mexico and the Rio Grande Basin.

Water Desk to support New Mexico and Rio Grande water journalism

The Water Desk is launching a new program to support water-related journalism in New Mexico and the Rio Grande Basin.

New Mexico and Rio Grande Journalism Project

This page explains how journalists can apply to The Water Desk for funding to support their coverage of water issues connected to New Mexico and the Rio Grande. We will...

Water Desk supports journalists covering Colorado River

The Water Desk is excited to announce the recipients of new grants to support water journalism connected to the Colorado River Basin.

Water Desk offers grants for coverage of Colorado River Basin

The Water Desk is now accepting applications for grants of up to $10,000 to support water journalism related to the Colorado River Basin.

Map: Explore drone, aerial and terrestrial imagery from The Water Desk

Use this interactive map to browse our expanding collection of free-to-use photos and videos captured by drones, planes and ground-based photographers.

Water Desk awards new grants to journalists and media outlets

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...

Deadline approaching: apply for water journalism grants

Update: this deadline is now passed. Thanks for your interest in our grant programs. To stay up to date, follow us on Twitter and subscribe to our email newsletter. The...

Water Desk grantees

The Water Desk has made $75,000 in grants to journalists and media outlets covering California water issues.