The seven U.S. states that share Colorado River water will soon renegotiate water management guidelines.
At the meeting of the Colorado Water Congress, Gov. Jared Polis unveiled a statewide initiative to educate Coloradans on water conservation.
As drought threatens Colorado River reservoirs' ability to generate hydropower, the Bureau of Reclamation is creating work-arounds.
Colorado’s “first-in-time, first-in-right” prior appropriation doctrine is coming under increasing scrutiny as rivers and reservoirs dry out.
Water leaders from each of the Colorado River basin states will soon meet for the annual Colorado River Water Users Association Conference.
Ouray County is asking the state water board to delay a court filing designed to protect streamflows and resolve issues in a related case.
Aspen’s new water resource plan outlines the strategy for creating emergency storage to address threats to existing supplies.
With users facing severe water shortages, the 1922 Colorado Compact is inadequate to deal with scarcity, and a better approach is needed.
Colorado West Slope water officials turned up the volume on the call for action around water and climate change, calling it a “train wreck.”
The Gila River Indian Community is ensuring that members can use their own resources while helping solve water supply problems in the region.