The clock is ticking for the Colorado River, but solutions on how to save the river basin, which provides water to 40 million people in seven states and Mexico, still appears to be elusive, at least from the federal government. However, proposed solutions are starting to bubble up through Colorado agriculture’s community, including projects that received funding to address drought this week from the Colorado Water Conservation Board.
- KTAR – Phoenix: Phoenix could cut back on contributing water to conservation plan
- Pacific Northwest National Labs: In the face of drought, hydropower still delivers electricity
- CounterPunch: The Colorado River’s Endangered Watershed