Agreement to work together on groundwater storage, water conservation efforts will help Lake Mead water level, drought relief strategies statewide
Perhaps no single event has proved more significant to Arizona's water future than the 1980 Groundwater Management Act
Sec. Zinke and team will need to learn quickly about the complexities of the Colorado River and drought-induced issues facing Lake Mead
Staffing would be reduced by a fifth, and grants to states, as well as its air and water programs, would be cut by 30 percent
Both AMWUA and CAWCD oppose a bill that would make candidates vying for the nonpartisan board that controls the Central Arizona Project canal run under a party label
Closure of the plant that supplies power to move water through the CAP canal won't have negative impacts on water delivery costs
By the end of this year, officials expect Lake Mead to be at least 3 feet above the threshold at which an official shortage would be declared
"I look forward to using this chairmanship to improve stewardship of Arizona's water and energy resources," Sen. Jeff Flake.
AMWUA Executive Dir. Warren Tenney says AZ's recent winter storms occurred in the right locations and should help water supplies, but the drought is not over yet.
Arizona is closing in on water conservation deals which plan to keep Lake Mead elevations above 1,075 feet.