Last month, a group of Colorado River users gathered in Las Vegas to discuss the future of water in the Southwest. At the same time, another group was having a similar discussion. A group of conservationists called Save the Colorado met on Zoom to talk about Glen Canyon Dam, climate change and tribal rights to the Colorado River. Tribal nations were once excluded from talks about how to divvy up the state’s water supply, but that has changed over the years. Timothy Williams, chairman of the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe, says that could play a big role when states gather to renegotiate rights to the river.