We altered our grazing plan early in the summer to account for aridity, but now we’re rolling in forage.
Flooding a dry riverbed restored vegetation, but released significant amounts of methane and carbon dioxide.
Centuries-old traditions offer guidance for water managers seeking resilience in an uncertain future.
In much of California, Arizona and New Mexico El Niño and La Niña have combined to create dry fuels, ready to burn.
A Southern Nevada Water Authority transfer is intended to get water to Las Vegas but could dry up his business.
California, Arizona and Nevada are back in negotiations about the dwindling Colorado River water supply.
It’s too soon to stop water conservation efforts. News of the drought’s end are greatly exaggerated.
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