As the postmortem begins, Colorado River officials and water users say the program should continue even as they wonder if it had enough bang for the buck.
Ris will lead the Colorado Water Conservation Board in addressing critical water supply, quality issues statewide.
Becky Mitchell breaks down her list of priorities, talks transition into full-time negotiator role.
The governor’s proposal calls for leadership change, a dozen new positions and adding $5 million to fund state water plan grants
GRANBY — Old-timers around here talk about how they used to need to stop after a springtime drive through Byers Canyon to clean all the bugs out of their radiators. So when longtime angler Bud Isaacs noticed the absence of a stonefly hatch on his favorite stretch of the Colorado River below the 445-acre Windy […]
Despite giving states more time to negotiate, federal officials said some cuts were coming to parts of the Colorado River Basin
Blue Mesa near Gunnison is for the moment safe from letting more water go, but Colorado River Drought Operations Plan says that could change