Water

California water project could cramp Colorado River plan
California water project could cramp Colorado River plan
If the Delta tunnels deal sinks, it could mean increased pressure on the already-strapped Colorado.
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.
A river again?
A river again?
The EPA extends Clean Water Act protection to L.A.'s urban watershed.
A water economist's hot links
David Zetland speed blogs Western water
It's getting warmer in here - and drier
News from a water supply study isn't all bad. But it definitely isn't good.
Victory for the Creek Freaks
The EPA extends Clean Water Act protection to the entire L.A. River
Going by the law
Rural county commissioners didn't have much choice but to approve Nestle water plan
Pacific Salmon's Deranged Geographies
Fish eco-labeling a blunt tool
A Grand Disappointment
New Colorado River book is flawed from the start
Rapid runoff
Rapid runoff
Recent dust storms have caused Colorado's snowpack to melt even faster than usual.
A new chapter in Klamath River Water Wars
The focus shifts to water management in two key tributaries
The summer the dam almost didn't
A look back to 1983 when the Colorado River almost tore out Glen Canyon Dam
A boring diagram
A boring diagram
An extraordinary 1,500-ton machine will create a new water intake from drought-stricken Lake Mead to thirsty Las Vegas
Water thieves or water saviors?
Tribal water settlements usually take water from Indian nations.
Removing four dams is worth some compromise
Removing four dams is worth some compromise
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.
Floyd Dominy, the colossus of dams, dies at 100
Floyd Dominy, the colossus of dams, dies at 100
An interview with the former Bureau of Reclamation commissioner, who built Glen Canyon dam
Next stop: water on tap
Construction begins on the Eastern Navajo Waterline.
Limiting Las Vegas
Can a more sustainable Las Vegas emerge from the recession?
Feinstein and Westlands – who’s running whom?
Back in September the powerful water district delivered a message to California’s senior senator; it appears that she got it.
Tribes and Enviros mixed on Klamath Agreement
Compromise reigns, but path to restoration remain uncertain
The scope of a pipeline
Public concern ranges from weeds to water cost
Feinstein's Water Bomb
Feinstein's Water Bomb
A rider to the jobs bill could free up water for California farms—and blow up hope for balance in the future of the state’s water politics