ADWR News Article Archive
Published: Thu, 10/20/2016
Arizona Water Protection Fund gets to work at the ecology-fixing business.
Published: Wed, 10/12/2016
Water Resources planning-and-permitting specialist Joel Klein, is laying the groundwork for an exhibit about the wild & bawdy “punk scene” of the 70s & 80s
Published: Wed, 10/05/2016
Why the arguments for "decommissioning" Glen Canyon Dam don't hold water
Published: Thu, 09/29/2016
In 1997, we had a truly balanced, fact-based argument over the future of Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell
Published: Thu, 09/22/2016
An interview with John Fleck, author of Water is for Fighting Over and Other Myths about Water in the West
Published: Wed, 09/21/2016
According to one of the most respected water journalists, the real story of water in the SW over the last 100 years hasn’t been fightin’. It’s been cooperation.
Published: Wed, 09/14/2016
The stakeholders meeting attracted an overflow crowd of over 100 residents with questions about the state laws governing groundwater extraction
Published: Wed, 09/07/2016
Reclamation's report predicted that Lake Mead’s elevation at the end of the 2016 calendar year would remain above the critical 1,075-foot level
Published: Fri, 09/02/2016
Arizona Department of Water Resources Director Tom Buschatzke discusses the department's goals with his staff
Published: Fri, 08/26/2016
The director of the Arizona Geological Survey, M. Lee Allison, tragically passed away suddenly on August 16 after falling from a ladder at his home. He was 68.
Published: Wed, 08/24/2016
Regarding the Colorado River system, it was the ultimate “good news/bad news” message
Published: Wed, 08/17/2016
Even after nearly 17 years of drought, there has not been a lot of fightin’ among the Southwestern states over the dwindling supplies of water in Lake Mead
Published: Wed, 08/10/2016
Coordinating the groups that officially declare Arizona's state of drought
Published: Thu, 07/28/2016
A 40-photo exhibit on the Southwest's most consuming passion, at the Phoenix Art Museum
Published: Thu, 07/21/2016
Colorado River water contributed by AZ to help stabilize Lake Mead will not be released to any state “without the consensus of all three Lower Basin States"
Published: Wed, 07/20/2016
Arizona Water Protection Fund opens for ecology-fixing business again in August
Published: Wed, 07/13/2016
Groundwater use in the McMullen Valley and Ranegras Plain is having a big impact...both above the surface and below
Published: Wed, 07/13/2016
The news is out: People who get thirsty in Phoenix drink water
Published: Wed, 07/06/2016
Residents of Kingman told our staff that something needs to change about plummeting underground water tables. They just don’t know what that something is.
Published: Fri, 07/01/2016
Forest-health experts describe the delicate state of Arizona's forest-region watersheds at annual Arizona-Sonora meeting