Monsoon rains, early winter storms and the presence of El Nino provide relief from ongoing drought, but it will take years of such weather to end the dry spell.
AMWUA's Kathleen Ferris was one of several expert panelists to share insights on the question, "Can the Colorado River Survive?"
Zócalo/ASU panel discussion that included AMWUA's Kathy Ferris explored whether or not the Colorado River can survive.
Sloppy research such as the recent report on the economic impact of the Colorado River hampers difficult policy discussions.
Taking the legislature to task over "suicidal" cuts to the Arizona Department of Water Resources and urging support for this critical agency.
Megdal: the challenges ahead are serious--Arizonans need to be informed and engaged on water issues to ensure our future.
AMWUA's Kathy Ferris outlined Arizona's water management efforts at a recent meeting of water experts in Nevada.
The Center will promote research, analysis, collaboration and open dialogue to identify opportunities for consensus to ensure sound water stewardship.
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.