The 17-member committee of diverse interests has until Dec. 15 to come to agreement about what to tell Colordo legislators is needed given declined river flows.
Outgoing CEO says Colorado River water use must shift from ag to urban. “That is the heart of the negotiation that is going to have to occur,” he says..
Experts advise governors on how artificial intelligence and other tools can allow water in Colorado River Basin and elsewhere to be better managed
State legislators created a Colorado River task force. John McClow, a prominent water official, argues that this represents a step backward.
Native Americans were not invited to craft the Colorado River Compact in 1922. Now they are at the table — and insist they must be part of solutions.
In Denver, before a friendly crowd, a scathing description of the upper basin vs. the lower basin. Guess who was compared to ski town trustafarians?
Lawmakers addressed everything from baby wipes to water-wise landscaping to the Colorado River in session that wrapped up this week
Once-in-a-century runoff predicted for river. “Don’t squander it,” water officials warn.
Colorado and other upper-basin states try to reduce water demand to allow reservoirs to recover. But this won’t be easy.
Some say the deep snows in northwestern Colorado are unlike anything they have ever seen. What will it do for Powell and Colorado River?
Raw water in Colorado has almost entirely been carved up. Agriculture’s new frontier lies in innovations that produce more food with the same or less water
Colorado governor to ask lawmakers for $1.9 million to create new policy and technology team to aid negotiators as river crisis deepens