This page features photos of the Colorado River in Grand Canyon National Park during a rafting trip in fall 2019. The Colorado River carved the Grand Canyon over eons, but...
New climate data shows a north/south split in streamflow declines in the Colorado River Basin.
Past mistakes offer important lessons for future plans in the Southwest and other regions increasingly experiencing drought and water shortages.
Steamboat Springs is trying to comply with state regulations and also cool down chronically high temperatures in an impaired stretch of the Yampa River.
Colorado’s water forecast, already strained by back-to-back drought years, is unlikely to brighten this fall and winter.
Understanding monsoons is critical for educating communities about their benefits and risks, and about how to stay safe from flash flooding.
The Colorado River Water Conservation District staff plans to present its own framework for a water-savings plan at its October board meeting.
Western water experts are working to not only conserve water, but to also reuse as much wastewater as possible, including through direct potable reuse.
Environment and recreation projects represented the largest slice of the pie at $6.6 million.
This page features photos of Flaming Gorge Reservoir, which impounds the Green River in Wyoming and Utah. The Green River is the most significant tributary of the Colorado River. Flaming...