An interactive map visualizes restoration efforts on the San Joaquin River.
A new pipeline will provide running water to some of the 30 to 40% of Navajo Nation residents who still live without it in their homes.
The Navajo Gallup Water Supply Project, under construction in New Mexico, is testing approaches for improving access to running water.
Unhoused Angelenos use the urban river as a source of sustenance, but a proposal to revitalize the waterway could push them out.
Advocates say rainwater harvesting is a key component to improving water access and countering climate change
Where groundwater gives way to warm springs, a fight continues over building a new desert town outside Las Vegas.
As climate change and overuse reduce water supplies, the gap between “paper water” (the legal right to use water) and “actual water” (what’s available) is widening.
In Diamond Valley, Nevada, farmers are looking to protect their future — and testing the limits of the state’s water laws.
At least 1.1 million people in the United States do not have hot and cold running water in their house and a shower or tub for bathing.
We discuss a recent American Rivers report that examines the economic value of rivers and our nation’s crumbling water infrastructure. The report calls on Congress to invest $500 billion over 10 years in water infrastructure and river restoration.