The water level in Lake Mead is steadily rising, with the lake back up to 1,075 feet, but negotiations for a Colorado River plan remain uncertain.
The Colorado River loses about 1.3 million-acre feet of water a year due to evaporation and transpiration, findings reveal.
The Bureau of Reclamation is pumping at least 5,000 acre-feet of Colorado River water into Topock Marsh to replenish its declining levels.
2023 saw improved Colorado River conditions, Arizona's conservation success, and plans for a sustainable water future.
After years of negotiations, the Western Slope coalition agrees to a $99 million deal to purchase Xcel Energy's Shoshone water rights.
Utah researchers explore new strategies to combat severe droughts and manage declining Colorado River flows for sustainable water use.