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Officials from water agencies in AZ, CA and NV signed an agreement last week to jointly add as much as three million acre-feet of water to Lake Mead by 2020,
A deal among Colorado River basin states, including Arizona, extends our ability to deal with drought.
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Posted on 12/22/2014
When it comes to protecting plants from cold weather, there are two types of desert homeowners: conscientious and casual. The conscientious have a plan. They are prepared with large appropriately textured frost cloths. These homeowners use a frame to suspend their frost cloths (also called frost blankets) just above the foliage on […]
Posted on 12/15/2014
A mussel about the size of a dime is breeding by the millions in reservoirs fed by the Colorado River. These invasive creatures, which can grow a little larger than a quarter, threaten the delivery of water to the Greater Phoenix Metropolitan area. They also can cost you and your cities a […]
First Water, Then Development
Posted on 12/08/2014
In 1978, swindler Ned Warren was convicted of 20 counts of fraud for selling land in Arizona without access to water. Two years later, the drafters of the 1980 Arizona Groundwater Management Act decided to put an end to that practice by requiring that an “assured water supply” must be demonstrated in […]