2023 saw improved Colorado River conditions, Arizona's conservation success, and plans for a sustainable water future.
In a major conservation win, 800 endangered Wyoming toads were reintroduced into native habitats near Laramie, marking significant progress in their recovery efforts.
Wyoming seeks instream water rights to conserve cutthroat trout habitats and boost tourism, aiming to sustain river flows and secure fish populations.
The Department of the Interior proposes the Public Lands Rule to guide balanced management, improve resilience, conserve habitats, and support responsible development.
The California Wildlife Conservation Board awarded over $50 million in grants to projects protecting the state's wetlands, streams, forests and other resources.
An impressive list of projects have received funding under the year-old Bipartisan Infrastructure bill, improving communities throughout the country.