Colorado's Cache la Poudre River is the third most endangered river in the country because so many Front Range developers are lusting after its water.
by Carol Jones,
Sep 03, 2009
A new proposal to send Mississippi River water out West is both insane and entirely possible, given the outrageous water schemes of the past.
by Craig Rowe,
Sep 29, 2011
When Camron Stone realized that an oak forest was about to be bulldozed by the Los Angeles County Flood Control District, he started fighting back.
by Emily Green,
May 21, 2012
The sometimes-scruffy remnants of woodland that edge our urban neighborhoods have psychological as well as ecological value.
by Paul Larmer,
May 13, 2012
It's not perfect, but the settlement that removes four dams in Oregon and California's Klamath River Basin is the right thing to do.
by Erica Terence,
Apr 29, 2010
The late "Chips" Barry, executive director of Denver Water Board, changed that formidable institution for the best.
by Allen Best,
May 25, 2010
Former rock-n-roll drummer Pete Bell is dedicated to
keeping California’s Mokelumne River as free-flowing as
by Tim Holt,
Mar 15, 2004
What a disappointment it is to go from Utah's wild Dirty Devil River to the hideous man-made bathtub of Lake Powell.
by Alan Kesselheim,
May 28, 2010
Hoover Dam is an amazing piece of engineering, but it has outlived its usefulness.
by John Weisheit,
Nov 03, 2010