Western Water News

With a New Governor, Water Must Remain a Top Priority in Colorado

With a New Governor, Water Must Remain a Top Priority in Colorado

— Birds need water. So do the people of Colorado.
Eight Natural Resource Issues for the next U.S. Senator from Arizona

Eight Natural Resource Issues for the next U.S. Senator from Arizona

— No issue defines Arizona’s past and its future more than water.
Mayor Williams Declares 2018 the Year of the Bird in Phoenix

Mayor Williams Declares 2018 the Year of the Bird in Phoenix

— Phoenix, named for a mythical bird, is home to hundreds of real bird species
Progress on the Drought Contingency Plan

Progress on the Drought Contingency Plan

— Don't pop the champagne yet, there’s still more to do.
10 Things You Should Know About Arizona’s Groundwater Management Act

10 Things You Should Know About Arizona’s Groundwater Management Act

— Why protecting groundwater is so important for people and birds.
The Threat of the West Running Dry

The Threat of the West Running Dry

— Working together to sustain people and birds.
Shortage on the Colorado River is Imminent, but a Catastrophic One is Not

Shortage on the Colorado River is Imminent, but a Catastrophic One is Not

— Parties in Arizona must keep pushing to leave more water in Lake Mead.
Congress Approves Increased Spending on Water and Other Projects

Congress Approves Increased Spending on Water and Other Projects

— Multiple Provisions Benefit Bird Habitat in West, Everglades Says Audubon
The Latest on the Colorado River's System Conservation Pilot Program

The Latest on the Colorado River's System Conservation Pilot Program

— Audubon is urging Congress to extend the program which supports people and birds in the arid West.
Balancing the needs of rivers, riparian habitat, and housing while ensuring environmental protections and sustainability for Arizonans

Balancing the needs of rivers, riparian habitat, and housing while ensuring environmental protections and sustainability for Arizonans

— How a recent ruling by the Arizona Supreme Court fails to protect the San Pedro River and current and future residents in southeastern Arizona.