Two new books provide insights into the willful ignorance that lead to the West’s water woes.
A study in 2016 showed that lawns are the largest irrigated crop in America.
This year, tribal nations enter negotiations over Colorado River water.
The Colorado Water Conservation Board has decided to hold upcoming workgroup meetings about a potential water-demand management effort in public
Water managers and experts from across Colorado are investigating the feasibility of a voluntary, temporary and compensated water-use-reduction program.
Several groups are studying demand management, underscoring persistent tensions between the Western Slope and Front Range water managers.
A multibillion-dollar reservoir and pipeline project may one day pull more than 50,000 acre-feet of water per year from the South Platte River.
A new book looks at the Golden State’s history to understand its current water crisis.
The city of Aspen is moving ahead on a project aimed at increasing the reliability of its water supply and environmental flows through what’s known as an “alternative transfer method,” or ATM.
Farmers, large and small, are beginning to grapple with what the state’s first major groundwater regulation means for them.
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