Wells that irrigate agriculture and supply drinking water to more than 100 million Americans are at risk from over-pumping.
The Navajo Gallup Water Supply Project, under construction in New Mexico, is testing approaches for improving access to running water.
Just about every indicator of drought is flashing red across the western U.S. after a dry winter and warm early spring.
Front Range water providers released water downstream to test how to get it to the state line in the event of a Colorado River Compact call.
Southwest Utah’s claim to Colorado River water is sparking conflict with other western states.
President Biden’s nomination of U.S. Rep. Deb Haaland of New Mexico to lead the Department of the Interior is historic on many levels.
Draft assessment of 2007 Interim Guidelines expected to provide a guide as talks begin on new operating rules for the iconic southwestern river
Terry Fulp, Regional Reclamation Director, urges continued collaboration and cooperation to meet the river's tough water management challenges ahead
The surprising connection between West Coast fires and the volatile chemicals tainting America’s drinking...
Manufactured substances known as volatile organic compounds contaminate drinking water around the U.S. — and recent wildfires are making the situation worse.
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...