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.
Managing how water moves from one side of the Continental Divide to the other requires cautious timing and accurate forecasting.
Are junior water rights to an oversubscribed river enough to justify two reservoirs on a farm? One Colorado rancher is about to find out.
A group of ranchers is helping scientists learn more about what happens to pastures that receive less irrigation water.
Farmers, large and small, are beginning to grapple with what the state’s first major groundwater regulation means for them.