Even a deep snowpack in the West likely won't be enough to end the drought.
River District says it’s impossible to provide meaningful review
With a warming climate continuing to rob streams and rivers of their flows, talk in Colorado has resumed about how to limit growing water demand for residential use.
Rather than raising everyone’s water prices, we propose a customized approach that lets individual consumers decide whether to pay higher prices.
Irrigation practices that maintained the Salton Sea have been reduced, and excess water is being transferred to coastal cities instead.
Extreme dry spells, also known as flash droughts, are becoming a big concern for farmers and water utilities.
The Rio Blanco Water Conservancy District placed a call for its water rights, which could potentially alter the system for other water users.
A greenhouse in Colorado is using 95 percent less water to grow food compared to traditional agricultural practices.
By Brian Maffly and Mark Eddington, The Salt Lake Tribune This article is the first in a series supported by The Water Desk, an independent journalism initiative based at the University of Colorado...
A wetland protection case being reviewed by the U.S. Supreme Court will determine which bodies of water can be federally regulated.