In The News

October 8, 2014--Colorado River water-conservation effort to begin (Las Vegas Sun)

The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation on Wednesday began soliciting project proposals for water conservation from Colorado River entitlement holders in Arizona, California and Nevada. Water users in the river's Upper Basin will be invited to participate in the agreement at a later date.


October 8, 2014--Ag water conservation (Gazette Xtra)

Throughout the nation, growers, farmers and ranchers are contending with water scarcity caused by rising global temperatures, climate variability, droughts, floods, pollution, growing populations and increased demands. However, as those in agriculture always do, they adapt to stay viable.


October 7, 2014--Turf wars cartoon (Water Information Program)

To view the full article visit the WIP or NPS Colorado. For a copy of the original article stop by or write the Water Information Program at 841 East Second Avenue, Durango, CO 81301 or call (970) 247-1302.


 


October 6, 2014--War and water (Huff Post)

The tide of war and peace often turns on water, as is the case with the conflict in Iraq and Syria against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). These countries lack water security, which is a condition where individuals and nations have access to an adequate quantity and quality of water with acceptable costs and risks.


October 5, 2014--The real relationship between conservation and rising water rates (National Geographic)

A number of articles have been published recently which report on rising water rates across the U.S., pointing fingers firmly at dropping national water demand – and the efficient fixtures and behaviors driving that drop – as the reason.