A recent edition of The Desert Sun had two letters objecting to piping water from the Mississippi River to the...
Israel is a desert, and water resources are scarce, but today it produces 20% more water than it needs. What can the world learn from Israel’s experience?
Water managers plan to implement temporary solutions to avoid critical levels at Lake Powell in 2022, while working on long-term solutions.
Temperatures continue to rise annually across the globe, and a warmer world means a wetter world, according to an analysis released Wednesday by Climate Central.
Texas+Water Editor-in-Chief Dr. Todd Votteler interviews Gregory Ellis, Attornery at GM Ellis Law Firm P.C., about Texas groundwater markets.
California’s water woes are severe and worsening. A second dry year in a row has diminished the state’s water supply, and almost three-quarters of the state is in “extreme” or “exceptional” drought, the two highest categories. With the rainy season over and a hot, dry summer ahead, water shortages and brushfires are imminent.
Cities on the Louisiana coast and Mississippi River are hoping the infrastructure law will bring badly needed funding to fortify levees, locks and other flood protection as climate change makes hurricanes stronger and wetter
PHOENIX – On a Saturday morning in late January a chill wind kicks up dust on the high desert ridge north of Scottsdale where wood skeletons of new homes appear above the mesquite and cactus of the Rio Verde Foothills…
by Allen Best – Front Range cities get up to 50 percent of their water from the Western Slope, but population growth and future droughts could limit transmountain diversions or stop them altogether under the 1922 Colorado River Compact
Two hundred miles north of New Orleans, in the heart of swampy Cajun country, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in 1963...
On April 22 the United States residents celebrated the latest version of Earth Day and it has a linkage to agriculture.
Behind all the blowing dust and horizontal snow, much is happening in western Kansas to abate effects of declining groundwater.
Chris visits with Clay Scott, who farms in Stanton and Grant County, is a member of the Ground Water Management District #3 and is on the Kansas Aqueduct Coalition. We discuss the work the coalition has done on the feasibility of moving water to Western Kansas, Colorado and beyond.