Colorado officials are preparing for a future with less water by developing rules for users to measure how much they're taking from streams.
As Colorado grapples with a demand-management program, there could be unintended consequences for animals that use irrigated agriculture for habitat.
Officials say a solution to the water shortage on the Crystal River will probably include natural fixes before a dam and reservoir.
Three conservation groups in Colorado are working on a revision to a state law that would allow natural river features to get a water right.
Craig officials and river enthusiasts are hoping a long-overlooked natural resource just south of town can help create economic resilience.
The state water board is encouraging roundtables to adopt a code of conduct, but some Western Slope roundtables are pushing back.
Problems with a Grand County, Colorado dam are turning out to be worse than previously thought, and may be tough to plan for moving forward.
Residents of Colorado's Pitkin County are reviving efforts to secure a Wild & Scenic designation on the Crystal River, but it won't be easy.
New dust-on-snow monitoring technology coming to Steamboat lab, expanding a growing snowpack data network
Technology to study the impact of dust on downwind mountain ecosystems in Colorado and Utah will likely be installed in the Rockies this fall.
Water speculation has been sparking debate in Colorado over the last few months.