Probably no other Western state is as deeply fractured as New Mexico, with its complex mix of Indian, Hispanic and Anglo cultures and their long, turbulent history
Fueled by money from casino gambling, New Mexico’s Indian pueblos and reservations are throwing their political weight into the state’s water tug-of-war
WaterWatch of Oregon has a newly revamped Web site designed to educate people about the Beaver State’s rivers and watersheds.
A controversial plan to dredge the Snake River west of Lewiston, Idaho, has been stalled by a judge – for now
Fresno, Calif., is fighting a federal ultimatum that would make the city bill residents based on how much water they use
Lake Powell is drying up in the drought, a reminder from nature that human beings are not in control, after all.
The writer says California’s agricultural elite is holding on to Colorado River water that could better serve the region’s growing cities.
In Native River, William D. Layman uses words and photographs to explore an earlier era of the Columbia River, before it was tamed and transformed by dams
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