U.S. Bureau Of Reclamation
After back-to-back driest years in a century on the Colorado River, federal water managers are giving Arizona and Nevada a 50-50 chance of having water deliveries cut in 2016.
The Colorado River’s winter whisper in the Kawuneeche Valley was becoming a quiet spring roar last week as the stream hinted at the beginnings of the snowmelt’s pell-mell tumble off the mountains.
Grand County commissioners have approved a permit for a water project designed to supply about 825,000 residents in northeast Colorado, with conditions to mitigate its environmental impacts.
Government leaders in the United States and Mexico are close to signing a pact to add areas south of the border to Colorado River water sharing agreements involving seven Western U.S. states, officials said Friday.
Colorado has finalized a contract with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation to buy water from the Animas-La Plata Project.
The former head of natural and cultural resource stewardship for Colorado State Parks has been named the Colorado River coordinator for the National Park Service.
Demand for water in the Colorado River basin is expected to overwhelm supply in the next 50 years as the West grows. So the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation asked the public what to do about it.
A Colorado businessman seeking to build a pipeline to deliver water from Wyoming to Colorado’s Front Range estimates that whoever designs, builds, finances and operates the project could see at least a $1.4 billion profit.
Horsetooth Reservoir west of Fort Collins is expected to be full this week for the first time since 2004, thanks to deep mountain snow and heavy rains.
An interim report on a study of potential imbalances in Colorado River water supply and demand predicts challenges from climate change.