Colorado could need 750,000 acre-feet of new water supplies by 2050 for its growing population, but how to store that water isn’t clear.
Western governors say it's time to help states recover from wildfires, thin overgrown forests and protect mountain water systems.
Colorado officials are preparing for a future with less water by developing rules for users to measure how much they're taking from streams.
Colorado’s high altitude hay meadows could be re-operated to yield more than 40 percent in water savings, according to a new report.
As Colorado grapples with a demand-management program, there could be unintended consequences for animals that use irrigated agriculture for habitat.
In the rural towns around Visalia, drought is a perpetual plight and wells are going dry.
The United States and Mexico are tussling over their dwindling shared water supplies after years of unprecedented heat and insufficient rainfall.
A prototype web tool uses historical data to give river users and water managers the ability to check an entire season’s flow forecast.
Colorado lawmakers approved bills to help finance the Colorado Water Plan, protect watersheds, mitigate wildfires and recover from drought.
Officials say a solution to the water shortage on the Crystal River will probably include natural fixes before a dam and reservoir.