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Officials Warn Colorado River Levels Could Fluctuate To Meet Summer Energy Needs

Jul 29, 2020 -
Federal water managers are warning hikers and river...

Forecast is clear: We need to take proactive steps to conserve water

Jul 24, 2020 -
In past years, the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market has convened conservation leaders and business voices to share their creativity, passion and innovation for healthy rivers and outdoor activities. But...

State Attorneys General Sue Over Clean Water Act Changes

Jul 23, 2020 -
The Trump administration this month announced changes to the Clean Water Act that limit the ability of states and tribes to block energy or infrastructure projects on the grounds...

Opinion: Racism is fueling disparities in access to safe water

Jul 16, 2020 -
As our nation grapples with the coronavirus pandemic, sky high unemployment and police brutality against Black people, America must recognize that these crises are interconnected and have devastating effects...

Bipartisan support for the Land and Water Conservation Fund deserves applause

Jul 15, 2020 -
Our country is home to some of the most magnificent natural treasures found anywhere in the world. From the Everglades in Florida to Glacier National Park in Montana to the...

We Are Rivers Podcast: We Can Make a Lot Happen When We Have a Plan

Jul 13, 2020 -
The latest American Rivers podcast highlights the importance of communication with a diversity of interests when it comes to each community’s unique Stream Management Planning process. Plans...

“Rivers as Economic Engines: Investing in clean water, communities and our future”

Jul 09, 2020 -
"Investing in rivers creates jobs and strengthens the economy. new report, “Rivers as Economic Engines: Investing in clean water, communities and...

In Parched Southwest, Warm Spring Renews Threat of ‘Megadrought’

Jul 08, 2020 -
Here at 12,000 feet on the Continental Divide, only vestiges of the winter snowpack remain, scattered white patches that have yet to melt and feed the upper Colorado River,...

Court Rules Dakota Access Pipeline Must Be Emptied For Now

Jul 07, 2020 -
A federal judge has ruled that the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline must be emptied for now while the Army Corps of Engineers produces an environmental review.

River and Water Related Outdoor Recreation Contributes Nearly $19 Billion to Colorado’s Economy Annually

Jun 25, 2020 -
Business for Water Stewardship: "Recreating on or along the water in Colorado is an integral part of the outdoor opportunities enjoyed by the state’s residents and visitors. Business for...

Connected by Water

Jun 22, 2020 -
Water for Colorado coalition partner, Audubon Rockies, recently published a blog entitled Connected by Water in which author Abby Burk

Arizona Capital Times  Arizona’s budget must reflect our water challenges

Jan 28, 2020 -
Gov. Doug Ducey and the Arizona Legislature have announced their versions of Arizona’s annual budget, which lays out key funding priorities to safeguard the well-being of our state. Those...

KKCO News  Water experts say 2020 is a big year for water conversations

Jan 15, 2020 -
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO)- 2020 kicks off a new decade and marks a big year for water conversations. On Wednesday night at CMU local, regional and statewide water...

Boulder City Review  Lake’s tide turns: Water at highest level since 2014, not enough to end drought

Jan 15, 2020 -
The water at Lake Mead is projected to be at its highest level in years, but the drought is still not over, according to the Bureau of Reclamation. Lake Mead’s...

Tuscon News Rural groundwater pumping is next big Arizona water issue for lawmakers

Jan 13, 2020 -
PHOENIX — Arizona lawmakers once again face tough questions of how to deal with increased demand for water in the face of drier weather, and how to get water...
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