Water

A look into a climate-altered Alaska
A look into a climate-altered Alaska
Experiments in the permafrost zone near Denali simulate a warmer North.
Fight over household wells highlights rural growing pains
Fight over household wells highlights rural growing pains
Can Washington balance development with the needs of rivers, fish and water users?
To save our oceans, let’s start with our rivers
To save our oceans, let’s start with our rivers
Dams and pollution affect rivers across the West, to the detriment of our oceans.
One man's salt must not burden another man's water
One man's salt must not burden another man's water
The little farming town of Mancos, Colo., is finding ways to remove salt from its water and make irrigation more efficient during drought.
Off the deep end?
Listen to Aaron Million talk about his Wyoming to Colorado pipeline dreams.
Wild Turkey, gunfire and big pipelines
Wild Turkey, gunfire and big pipelines
Aaron Million wants to build a gigantic water pipeline all the way from southwest Wyoming to Colorado's Front Range.
Fossil Creek fracas
Arizona creek suffers from lack of funds and plans.
Catch a falling drop
Colorado legalizes some rain-water harvesting
Beaver and restoration - the rest of the story
To restore western watersheds the health of forest soil must also be restored.
What the FRAC do we know?
Congress introduces two bills to oversee hydraulic fracturing.
Urban Creeks 2.0
Urban Creeks 2.0
In San Francisco's East Bay, activists try to reconnect impoverished communities with their local waterways.
Rebooting Urban Watersheds
Rebooting Urban Watersheds
In California, grassroots activists work to restore damaged East Bay waterways and the impoverished communities that surround them.
Whoosh! Down it comes!
State of the Gunnison River meeting.
When neighbors become cops
When neighbors become cops
As mandatory water conservation becomes more common in the West, many communities are asking residents to report water-wasters.
Poor Lake Powell
Dreams of a full reservoir dashed again
The cost of progress
Five extraordinary women tested for seventy-five peculiar toxins.
Deadly efficiency
The All-American Canal finally lives up to its name.
Salmon Salvation
Salmon Salvation
Obama’s new political order, backed by the legal acumen of Judge James Redden, may help the Northwest’s salmon survive and end the era of the Lower Snake River dams.
Water world
Exploring the planet’s most precious resource – on Hopi terms.
Water, wine and marijuana
Illegal water use conflicts percolate on California’s Northcoast.
California's Central Water War Heats Up
Irrigators and allies will march April 14-17
The Water Theft Bill
Coalbed methane companies have all the fun.
Must our water always flow uphill toward money?
Must our water always flow uphill toward money?
Bottled water is a silly idea anyway, but Nestle’s plans to bottle spring water from the high desert of Chaffee County, Colo., are beyond absurd.