High mountain snow is melting, filling reservoirs in the Colorado River system. But some of that snow is disappearing before it melts.
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“My hope is that they’ll become ambassadors for a healthier way to look at water.”
Alkaline hydrolysis is growing in popularity, especially among those who see its low-emissions process as an environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional flame cremation.
Snowpacks are off to a promising start, but many more years of heavy snow are needed to make a serious dent in the drought.
Leaders from Wyoming to New Mexico met to discuss the future of the Colorado River, as the region prepares for a drier future.
KUNC’s Alex Hager sipped tap water as if it was fine wine during the competition.
A bill in the U.S. House would allocate more than $2 billion for operations and maintenance of water systems in tribal communities.
The Flaming Gorge Reservoir, which stores water in Wyoming and Utah, is poised to release 500,000 acre-feet of water downstream.