Hard water: In these metro neighborhoods, few drink the tap water. Can trust in...
Some Colorado residents have been experiencing drinking water contamination for years. When the water will be safe to drink is unknown.
Cash for Grass: Colorado to pay for turf removal, boost water conservation
Colorado has a new turf replacement program that will finance residential areas to switch their yards to more water efficient landscaping.
Environmental justice board eyes new coordinating entity, better community outreach tools
Colorado's Environmental Justice Advisory Board is discussing recommendations to help the state strengthen its environmental justice work.
Colorado water users, environmentalists brace for changes as EPA, Supreme Court weigh wetland rules
The Supreme Court is reevaluating the Clean Water Act's standards for wetland protection, which could affect the health of Colorado waterways.
Farms use 80% of the West’s water. Some in Colorado use less, a lot...
A greenhouse in Colorado is using 95 percent less water to grow food compared to traditional agricultural practices.
Colorado OKs drinking treated wastewater; now to convince the public it’s a good idea
Colorado joins three other states in approving a new rule that clears the way for drinking treated wastewater.
Public: New Colorado Water Plan needs more urgency and accountability
Coloradans want the state’s top water road map to be more equitable, but finalizing plans has been difficult.
$500M in new federal funds to give thousands of Coloradans freedom from lead, PFAS...
Coloradans exposed to drinking water tainted by lead or so-called “forever chemicals" will see clean water faster.
Carbondale Ranch, water trust launch 2nd effort to boost Crystal River flows
Cold Mountain Ranch and the Colorado Water Trust penned an agreement to improve the Crystal River’s streamflow and compensate nearby ranchers.
Feds: Colorado River’s Flaming Gorge Reservoir able only to deliver two more emergency water...
As drought and climate change sap the Colorado River, even the water in the Upper Basin’s high-elevation reservoirs isn’t enough to protect the larger system.