The story of Arizona's 1980 Groundwater Management Act holds lessons for today’s leaders, who are once again facing big battles to ensure the state's water future.
“You should be able to trust tap water more than bottled water. Bottled water is actually not regulated the same as tap water,” ASU professor Elisabeth Graffy.
With a changing climate and drier future, many, including the Central Arizona Project, are looking to weather modification to boost snowpack in the mountains.
After months of persistent effort by the filmmakers, the movie "Groundwater: to enact a law for the common good" is now available on iTunes, Amazon, YouTube, & Google Play.
Brenda Burman, Director of Water Policy for SRP, confirmed as the nation's first female commissioner of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation.
Fleck notes use in the Lower Colorado River Basin states is down while increasing in most of the Upper Basin states and offers some highlights.
Drought, utility system management, and the federal plumbing code have driven per person use down since the early 1990s. The trend continues.
Phoenix Water Director Kathryn Sorensen: “That’s at the heart of this issue — how much water do we leave on the lake? How much do you bring into central Arizona? And who gets to...
AMWUA legal counsel Kathleen Ferris: “Do we want our Colorado River supplies to be managed by parochial interests or do we want it managed by an agency with the outlook for the whole...
The water utility serving Anthem’s east side aims to consolidate its 11 Arizona districts.