The state water board is encouraging roundtables to adopt a code of conduct, but some Western Slope roundtables are pushing back.
With drought continuing to grip the American West, Colorado is declaring one of its last, mostly free-flowing rivers as over-appropriated.
Residents of Colorado's Pitkin County are reviving efforts to secure a Wild & Scenic designation on the Crystal River, but it won't be easy.
The process of protecting environmental flows takes an important step forward as three laws passed in 2020 start to take effect this year.
A cyberattack in Florida has shown that outdated water control technologies have become more exposed to hacking.
Agencies in two counties are pursuing different approaches to address overdraft and meet requirements of California’s groundwater law.
Front Range water providers released water downstream to test how to get it to the state line in the event of a Colorado River Compact call.
State health officials will request to fast-track authority over streams left unprotected after a 2020 rollback of Clean Water Act.
President Biden’s nomination of U.S. Rep. Deb Haaland of New Mexico to lead the Department of the Interior is historic on many levels.
Drought, growth, climate change, budget cuts, wildfires and competing demands for water are among the challenges facing the Colorado Water Plan.