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Federal Water Tap, December 6: Senate Bill Would Allow Arizona Tribe to Lease Colorado River Water

The Rundown Arizona senators introduce a bill to allow off-reservation leasing of Colorado River water by the Colorado River Indian Tribes. The USDA will survey Wisconsin homes and businesses near farmland to learn about contaminants in private wells. The EPA allocates $7.4 billion in water and sewer funds from the infrastructure bill to states, tribes, […]


The Stream, October 8, 2021: Colorado River Basin Tribes Could Lose More Water As Lake Mead Levels Shrink

YOUR GLOBAL RUNDOWN In the American West, Los Angeles begins receiving water from the Colorado River and Colorado River basin tribes could lose more of their already dwindling water supplies.  A major storm water retention project in Detroit, Michigan includes removing tons of soil from a local park.  The impacts of climate change globally could […]


Federal Water Tap, September 27: New Projections Show High Risks for Colorado River Reservoirs

The Rundown The Bureau of Reclamation releases five-year projections for lakes Mead and Powell. The EPA Administrator discusses farm issues with state agricultural regulators. The GAO says Congress should work on a permanent fix for the nation’s spent commercial nuclear fuel. And lastly, foreign affairs agencies will update their global water strategy. “The latest outlook […]


The Stream, July 9, 2021: Colorado River Indian Tribes Play Crucial Role In Drought Management

YOUR GLOBAL RUNDOWN Dry conditions overwhelming much of the American West are shrinking the region’s largest natural lake, in Utah, while Native American tribes along the Colorado River are playing a crucial role in managing the drought. The U.S. Department of Agriculture allocated millions for upgrading rural water infrastructure. Ohio expanded a program to incentivize […]


The Stream, January 5, 2021: Officials Look For Solutions To Water Scarcity Along Colorado River

GLOBAL DAILY WATER NEWS More frequent and intense dry years in states along the Colorado River forces officials to look for long-term solutions. Deadly tropical storms in Mozambique offer lessons into how wealthier nations can support economically depressed countries during climate disasters. Over six months after flooding began, citizens throughout South Sudan are still isolated […]