Western Water News

Five Audubon Chapters Awarded with Western Water Grants

Five Audubon Chapters Awarded with Western Water Grants

— These projects will help us advance water conservation work throughout the West.
Increasing Flexibility to Manage Utah’s Water for People and Birds

Increasing Flexibility to Manage Utah’s Water for People and Birds

— Policy priorities for the 2020 Utah legislative session.
UPDATE: New Federal Rule Reduces Protections for Water in the West, Harming People and Birds

UPDATE: New Federal Rule Reduces Protections for Water in the West, Harming People and Birds

— The Trump Administration’s revised Waters of the United States rule shrinks the number of waterways protected under the Clean Water Act.
Prioritizing Water Security for Arizona’s Birds and People

Prioritizing Water Security for Arizona’s Birds and People

— A policy preview of the 2020 legislative session.
Building a Positive Water Future: Western Water Highlights in 2019

Building a Positive Water Future: Western Water Highlights in 2019

— By protecting water resources, Audubon worked to protect people and birds in the arid West.
Why Groundwater Matters for Arizona’s People and Birds

Why Groundwater Matters for Arizona’s People and Birds

— We need to ensure its continued protection.
Audubon Secures Important Water Right That Supports Birds and People

Audubon Secures Important Water Right That Supports Birds and People

— How in-stream flow benefits rivers and habitat in New Mexico.
Proposed Bear River Development Would Be Detrimental to People and Birds

Proposed Bear River Development Would Be Detrimental to People and Birds

— The future of Great Salt Lake and Bear River Bay depend on adequate long-term flows from Bear River, the largest single source of flows to the lake.
Colorado Bets on New Funding for Water Plan

Colorado Bets on New Funding for Water Plan

— This new funding represents a down payment on the needed $100 million annual investment.
Audubon’s New Climate Report and What it Means for Birds in the Arid West

Audubon’s New Climate Report and What it Means for Birds in the Arid West

— Fires and drought put increasing stress on western forests and the birds who live there.