The Colorado River Compact turns 100 this year, but any celebration is damped down by the drying-up of the big…
The public launch ramp at Antelope Point, late March, 2021More
But the Bureau of Reclamation has regularly and faithfully released to the Lower Basin, from Powell Reservoir, the Colorado River Compact and Mexican Treaty allotments –- 8.23 million acre-feet only dropping a little below those allotments half a dozen times since Powell began to fill in the 1960s.
Bryan Egner US Dept. of energy Glen Canyon Dam 2018More
Some environmental groups and water honchos have sponsored a “Rewilding of Glen Canyon” contest, with the winner getting $4,000 “and…More
During his 50 years in rural western Colorado, Jamie Jacobson has seen a lot of flooding. While caretaking a farm…More
For the West this summer, the news about water was grim. In some parts of California, it didn’t rain for…
Photograph by Ken Cheung, Courtesy of UnsplashMore
The real obstacle to Babbitt’s proposal springs from our romanticized vision of what agriculture looks like in the West.
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