Conservation has delayed a shortage declaration, but the Colorado River still faces huge challenges.
There’s quite a bit of science in brewing, and it starts with the water.
The ground is stabilizing under Tucson and Phoenix, but sinking faster than ever under many rural farming areas around the state.
Governor's water conversations express a commitment to improving a body of state water law that already is viewed as the nation's most effective
ADWR Dir. Buschatzke told Senate Energy and Natural Resources subcommittee that AZ has done a lot right, though years of drought still threaten the region
Studies by the Alliance for Water Efficiency document how conservation has helped keep water rates lower in both Gilbert and Tucson
Jack DeBolske insisted on creating a long-term plan for managing AZ's groundwater and was one of the negotiators of the Groundwater Management Act
As part of the $6 million partnership agreement, the Gila River Community will forego delivery of 40,000 acre-feet of its 2017 Colorado River allocation
Breakthrough research by the Alliance for Water Efficiency in Gilbert and Tucson makes financial case for municipal water conservation
Findings demonstrate that conservation - often blamed when rates increase - is an important water management strategy that actually keeps rates lower over time