This isn’t just a freak summer: Over the years, such extreme events are occurring in increasing frequency and intensity.
The razorback sucker has survived in the river for more than 3 million years. Climate change could end that.
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.
Cities in New Mexico and Colorado are juggling water scarcity concerns over the Rio Grande.
Lake Powell’s delta is the place where the flowing Colorado River meets the stillwater reservoir.
New Mexico is behind in water inspections for the third year in a row, leaving water quality in question.
Climate change and warming temperatures are exacerbating heavy rainfall and flooding events.
State officials are hoping dire climate predictions and water shortages will convince Coloradans to get involved in planning how to share a dwindling resource.
Experts say it will take a lot more than one snowy winter to refill the reservoir.
A Crystal River Valley rancher and a nonprofit organization are teaming up for the second time to leave more water in a parched stream.