Water

Gun-toting cats; bird killers; plastic bottles return
Gun-toting cats; bird killers; plastic bottles return
Mishaps and mayhem from around the region.
Farming in Alaska is increasingly possible
Farming in Alaska is increasingly possible
Longer growing seasons and food scarcity are turning more people to agriculture.
West Obsessed: On dams and the rebirth of the Elwha
West Obsessed: On dams and the rebirth of the Elwha
A deep dive into a dismantled dam — and another in the planning stages.
Water use: something we Arizonans can control
Desert-dwellers should take the opportunity to save water
In Western water law, "first come, first serve" has limits
Montana and Wyoming face off over water compact in the Supreme Court
La Nina vs. Western Snowmaggedon
In the battle of weather wills, wintryness seems to be winning in the lower half of the region
Klamath River clean-up takes a step forward
Clean-up plan’s effectiveness hinges on how it is implemented.
Climb me a river
Climb me a river
A state water trust is close to restoring a small portion of river -- bringing back its water and a senior water right to boot.
National Geographic and water lobbyists release advertorial
Your money for their propaganda
California’s Tangled Water Politics
California’s Tangled Water Politics
Will there ever be enough water in California's Bay Delta to satisfy farmers, keep fish alive and quench the thirst of millions of people?
Diving deeper into the Bay Delta
Diving deeper into the Bay Delta
High Country News reporter Matt Jenkins gets his boots muddy writing about California's crazy water politics in the Bay Delta.
California's water history
California's water history
A timeline of the Golden State's water wranglings over the past 120 years.
Gasland -- The Review
An economist's take on fracking chemicals and drinking water
A divine business
A divine business
In Bozeman, Mont., 78-year-old Vern Bandy says he finds water using the legendary art of dowsing.
The fracking fracas
Will Congress protect our right to clean water?
Westland takes its toys home
Irrigation district pulls out of Bay Delta Conservation Plan
The water footprint scam
Accurate prices are better than feel-good metrics
Draining the tub
Draining the tub
Lake Mead has dropped below its record low, and the reservoir's future does not look good.
Dam removal for dummies
Dam removal for dummies
A how-to guide to free-flowing rivers, with illustrations from Oregon's recently removed Gold Ray Dam.
News of a parched West continues to flow
And the Colorado continues to dry
How bad projects get built
Don't spend $5 for something worth $2
The Public Trust makes a comeback in California
California activists make a desperate effort to stop the dewatering of rivers and streams