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Award recognizes Tucson Water's sustainability

Twenty years ago, Tucson was the largest American city entirely reliant on groundwater.

An Unnatural River

Treated effluent and recycled water flowing into the lower Santa Cruz River fosters abundant native vegetation and wildlife, and brings recreational and economic opportunities.

Water shortage on Colorado River triggers supply cuts for Arizona

The shortage means Arizona will see its share of water from the river slashed by 18% next year.

Arizona farmers prepare for water cuts

A third-generation farmer fears for the long-term sustainability of farming in Arizona.

Arizona faces cut in water supplies as shortage is declared on Colorado River

Arizona will lose 18% of its share of Colorado River water next year, with cuts falling largely on farmers.

How one grass at Saguaro National Park shows push and pull of climate change

If left unchecked, buffelgrass poses a tremendous fire danger to native plants and the homes nearby.

Water cutbacks coming to Arizona

A decades-long drought means less water from the Colorado River.

Newly introduced bill aims to increase access to clean water in tribal lands

If passed, the bill could provide billions across a variety of federal programs to improve water infrastructure and operation.

Council approves water rate hike for non-city users

Conservation, equity are cited as reasons

State pays to restart PFA treatment

Water will be recharged in the Santa Cruz riverbed.

Water cutbacks anticipated as Lake Mead levels drop

The reservoir's level hit a record low in June.

Key reservoir on Colorado River expected to match record low

Dropping surface level at Lake Mead continues to drop

New report looks into water insecurity in tribal lands across Colorado River Basin

A new report shows when it comes to clean water, its race that best predicts the haves and have nots.

White House announces group to address drought in the West

The interagency group will work with federal, state, local and tribal governments to tackle the water shortages.

US West prepares for possible 1st water shortage declaration

Projections say by late next year Lake Mead could drop to levels that could threaten the ability to generate electricity at Hoover Dam

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