Water leaders, agriculture producers and environmentalists met in Grand Junction to discuss many ongoing problems caused by ...
Federal officials say they are ready to have a “candid conversation” about accounting for water lost to evaporation in the ...
ABC News spoke with top-ticket candidates in key Western midterm races about the Colorado River water cuts and drought relief ...
Federal officials on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2022, are expected to announce water cuts that would further reduce how much Colorado River water some users in the seven U.S. states reliant on the river ...
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Even as the Colorado River crisis has reached a crescendo, forcing major cuts to water usage on the drought-ravaged waterway, California has remained untouched. The state uses by far the most ...
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and paying farmers to cut the amount of water they use to irrigate their fields. Managers of districts that rely on the Colorado River have been talking about how much water they may forgo.
How it's playing out: What Colorado River cuts mean for parts of California We expected that plan and the shortage declaration to be announced together. However, the seven states did not come ...
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Faced with deep cuts to the water supply, and angry that other states are not doing their share, tribes and local governments ...
There are two Colorado Rivers in the U.S. — the 1,450-mile powerhouse of the West and the over 800-mile river that starts and ends in Texas. The river that faces cuts is the longer one.
A reckoning has come for cities and farms in the desert Southwest that were built to rely on the Colorado River.
United States Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland and Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Camille Calimlim Touton visited the drought stricken Central Valley in California. (Aug. 17) Video ...