The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is offering $500,000 for a better tool to measure how much water snowflakes contain.
The Yampa Valley’s existing coal-fired plants have strong water portfolios that could be used to create green hydrogen or another storage technology called molten salt.
Colorado officials are preparing for a future with less water by developing rules for users to measure how much they're taking from streams.
New dust-on-snow monitoring technology coming to Steamboat lab, expanding a growing snowpack data network
Technology to study the impact of dust on downwind mountain ecosystems in Colorado and Utah will likely be installed in the Rockies this fall.
A cyberattack in Florida has shown that outdated water control technologies have become more exposed to hacking.
The Denver-based Colorado River Basin Fund is raising $5 million to help promising new water technology companies bring their wares to market.
After nearly 136 years of work, the U.S. Geological Survey still faces problems mapping small streams. Now hikers and lasers are on the solutions menu.
A $1 million science experiment on Colorado hay fields is backed by powerful water groups, farm interests, and environmentalists.
Water Desk Director Mitch Tobin talks to Cynthia Koehler, director of the Water Now Alliance, about the many challenges facing water providers and the solutions they are pursuing to make water systems more resilient and sustainable.
A new thawing technology aims to help restaurants cut their water use, reduce their operating costs and shrink their carbon footprint.
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