Despite the headline, a wet May has actually improved the outlook for avoiding shortage in 2016.
Innovative new ordinance connects land planning and water supplies.
Our View: The Arizona Department of Water Resources needs a lot more bodies to fight the drought.
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Posted on 06/29/2015
The City of Goodyear has a 500,000 gallons-per-day brine problem. That problem will only grow as the quiet little West Valley city along the Estrella Mountains expands. Goodyear is working on an innovative solution, but first let’s look at the problem. What is brine? As groundwater slowly moves underground from the eastern […]
Posted on 06/22/2015
When it comes to water supplies in this extended drought, there seem to be two Arizonas. Most Arizona cities are reassuring their residents and businesses that water supplies are secure. In other parts of the state, there are relentless headlines about homeowners, businesses and farmers who are desperate for solutions as the […]
Phoenix Partners With Forest Fund To Protect Valley Water
Posted on 06/15/2015
Every time a truck, an ATV, or a motorbike travels along a dirt road in Arizona’s high country it churns up the ground, creates ruts and gullies, and degrades the edges of the road. When there is a storm, these dirt roads become conduits for runoff that carry the churned earth into […]