Lake Powell’s delta is the place where the flowing Colorado River meets the stillwater reservoir.
New technology can reduce water demand for irrigation by anywhere from 20% to 72% without hampering daily operations.
Two new water storage projects designed to capture the flows of the Colorado River may represent the end of an era on the river.
Residents of a mobile home park near Gunnison are often left without water because of unreliable supplies.
Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming may face requests for voluntary cutbacks in their use of Colorado River water next year.
In response to the ongoing drought, Colorado has offered to pay ranchers to leave their water right in the river when levels sink to critically low levels.
Drought and decreased snowpack have left Colorado reservoirs below average capacity levels.
State officials are hoping dire climate predictions and water shortages will convince Coloradans to get involved in planning how to share a dwindling resource.
A new study shows that sedimentation from the Colorado River means that Lake Powell's storage capacity is lower than previously believed.
Experts say it will take a lot more than one snowy winter to refill the reservoir.