Early involvement in negotiating new Colorado River guidelines will be critical for tribes to determine their future.
A rapidly warming climate has put the American West in a brutal drought with a hotter and thirstier atmosphere.
As the Colorado River withers, a rubber company tries to persuade Arizona farmers to grow a latex-producing crop that’s adapted to arid conditions.
Metropolitan Water District's water recycling proposal builds momentum amid increasingly dry conditions.
Water recycling, conservation programs and repair of leaky reservoirs and pipelines will help restore the Colorado River, according to federal officials.
Interstate river compacts were an innovative solution 100 years ago – but were written for a West far different from today.
Lake Powell will receive 1 million acre-feet of water from the Colorado River as a short-term solution to drought, boosting lake levels and protecting hydropower production.
A new agreement calls for Western states to leave their drinking water in the reservoir — and act as if they didn't.
Changing storms in the Southwest are altering timeless food traditions as researchers grapple with how to study the monsoon’s erratic nature.
The Water Desk is excited to announce new grants to support water journalism connected to New Mexico and the Rio Grande Basin.