An appeals court found that the State Water Board’s duty under state law to prevent waste and unreasonable use of water is “highly discretionary."
Paying farmers to allow their fields to go fallow for the sake of conserving water is not an attractive option when farmers lose money in the deal.
Snow accumulation this winter is uplifting the water supply outlook for the southwestern states, but more than one wet season is needed.
The Bureau of Reclamation is seeking comments on its draft environmental assessment regarding invasive smallmouth bass in the Colorado River at Glen Canyon Dam.
The Supreme Court will hear Arizona v. Navajo Nation on March 20, 2023. The case was consolidated with Department of the Interior v. Navajo Nation.
Water conservation is a key component in saving the Colorado River system. Nevada is making impressive strides by encouraging residents to rip out grass lawns.