Three conservation groups in Colorado are working on a revision to a state law that would allow natural river features to get a water right.
Craig officials and river enthusiasts are hoping a long-overlooked natural resource just south of town can help create economic resilience.
As a developer seeks an easement in the Kaibab National Forest, the character of surrounding towns and parks could drastically change.
Glen Canyon Dam, climate change and invasive plant species are threatening the Colorado River.
This page features ground-based photos of Blue Mesa Reservoir, along the Gunnison River in Curecanti National Recreation Area. Created by 390-foot Blue Mesa Dam, the reservoir has a capacity of...
The most acute problem, experts say, is the lack of controls on groundwater pumping.
Megafires triggered by drought and climate change have ravaged major Colorado water systems, and recent snowmelt will only make things worse.
Funding shortfalls, bureaucratic barriers hobble efforts to restore Colorado’s fire-scarred water systems
Funding shortfalls are hobbling efforts to clean up watersheds and protect drinking water for more than 1 million Coloradans.
The state water board is encouraging roundtables to adopt a code of conduct, but some Western Slope roundtables are pushing back.
Wells that irrigate agriculture and supply drinking water to more than 100 million Americans are at risk from over-pumping.