The federal government and the Imperial Irrigation District of California reach an agreement for the conservation of 100,000 acre-feet in Lake Mead, boosting Colorado River water supply and a...
Coinciding with the release of the Fifth Annual Climate Assessment, additional funds for western water projects are announced.
On October 30, New Mexico was allocated $17 million from the Department of the Interior for vital rural water projects in 2024.
The U.S. Department of the Interior is providing much-needed resources to enhance Western communities’ resilience to drought and climate change.
A facility in New Mexico will be funded by the federal government to research desalination of brackish groundwater, part of the West's efforts to combat drought and climate change.
The Department of Interior announces a $233 million investment for Gila River Indian Community, supporting water access and drought resilience.