Early involvement in negotiating new Colorado River guidelines will be critical for tribes to determine their future.
Snowpack in Colorado is melting earlier than expected due to an increase in dust storm severity.
Flow targets for the environment and recreation are lacking, according to a recent report.
Water recycling, conservation programs and repair of leaky reservoirs and pipelines will help restore the Colorado River, according to federal officials.
Arizona’s powerful will to grow is challenged by extreme heat, deep drought, and serious water-related stress.
Colorado has approved a $1.9 million snow measuring initiative that will help forecast how much water mountain snowpack will likely generate.
As the Colorado River is impacted by climate change and drought, Native American tribes are helping to find solutions. For The Water Desk, Gary Strieker reports on the Jicarilla...
Colorado could soon have a program that would pay property owners to get rid of one of the largest water uses for Western Slope water providers: grass.
Colorado water and fire officials plan a two-day confab in Grand Junction to discuss how to protect the state’s vital mountain watersheds.
The Fetcher Ranch, like many in Colorado, is struggling with an abandonment policy that may strip water rights from the land.