Colorado River Water Managers Ask Congress for Drought Plan Approval
If dry conditions in the southwest return in the next six years, the plan would force Arizona, Nevada, California and Mexico to cut back water allocations.
Colorado’s Oil and Gas ‘Forced Pooling’ Laws May Get a Major Overhaul
The long-standing practice is facing fresh criticism as Colorado's population balloons and oil and gas development creeps closer to neighborhoods.Read More
New Measurements Signal Abundant Snowpack, High Spring Runoff Potential
Arizona researchers are getting more refined snowpack measurements, which can allow states to better deal with diminished western water sources.Read More
Border BioBlitz Event Sheds Light on Plants, Animals & Ecosystems
Nearly two dozen groups of experts and citizen scientists explored trails, parks and wilderness areas to document biodiversity in the borderlands.Read More