Anglers, growers and water districts in the region say preserving the water right would aid them long into the future, but a major state water agency has big questions.
Xcel Energy owns some of the oldest water right on the Colorado River. A coalition is pushing the utility to sell it so they can control flows near Glenwood Springs.
Basin states continue to disagree on how to change the reservoirs’ operations, but they do agree that the current rules don’t work.
Ris will lead the Colorado Water Conservation Board in addressing critical water supply, quality issues statewide.
Everything you wanted to know about the Colorado River but were afraid to ask.
Becky Mitchell breaks down her list of priorities, talks transition into full-time negotiator role.
Tribal, state and federal officials converged on Boulder to discuss key concerns and make wish lists to address the river basin’s uncertain water future.
The technique offers highly accurate data, but creating a statewide, sustained program could be a challenge.
Cloud, a Southern Ute tribal member, breaks down her ideas on water issues, basin tensions and possible collaborations.
Deep mountain snow in Colorado is good news, but what really matters is how reservoirs and soil moisture are replenished when it melts