Arizona's Department of Environmental Quality introduces the Advanced Water Purification program to recycle water into drinkable water to combat scarcity, with Phoenix leading in implementation.
Arizona tribes allocated $33.4M from a bipartisan law led by Senators Sinema and Kelly for Indian water rights settlements.
On October 30, New Mexico was allocated $17 million from the Department of the Interior for vital rural water projects in 2024.
Utah State University’s Janet Quinney Lawson Institute for Land, Water and Air issued its report to lawmakers, finding that over half of Utahans surveyed were concerned about water issues.
California officials may put San Joaquin Valley groundwater agencies on probation for insufficiently addressing over-pumping concerns.
The Colorado River District is leading a coalition to invest $98.5M in Shoshone plant's historic water rights, crucial for western Colorado's river flows and ecosystem.