Wyoming says procedure can increase snowfall by 5 to 15 percent.
But agreement delays CAP shortages by just a couple of years.
Five candidates vying for the four seats to represent Pima County.
Deal gives capital our CAP credits in exchange for its excess supplies.
PHOENIX — Phoenix and Tucson are entering into a water sharing arrangement that officials say benefits both cities.
Navajo would close by 2044. Sierra Club may sue to block plan.
By delivering almost 500 billion gallons of Colorado River water to Arizona every year, Central Arizona Project (CAP) has dramatically and positively changed the economic and environmental landscape of our state.
For the first time, the state agency that operates the multibillion-dollar Central Arizona Project warns that water shortages could hit Tucson and Phoenix as soon as five years from now.
The Central Arizona Project (CAP) is the primary steward of Central and Southern Arizona’s Colorado River water resources. As such, we have an important role to play in supporting the health and sustainability of the river.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors allowed Farmers Investment Co. to rezone its property Tuesday for residential and commercial use, but don’t expect shovels to turn dirt anytime soon.
While Californians sell cattle, halt salmon fishing and stop watering lawns due to an unyielding drought, the water picture is brighter — in the short term at least — for Arizona and the rest of the Colorado River Basin.
Arizona has a long history of addressing our water supply challenges.
Here’s why water must be Arizona’s top public-policy debate:
The Marana Utilities Department plans to increase water rates by 26 percent over four years and hike wastewater rates by 9 percent this year.
All residents in Pima County are created equal and assume they are equally entitled to their water. This assumption could be jeopardized if Rosemont Mine opponents convince the Tucson City Council to oppose Community Water Company of Green Valley’s pipeline connection.
Despite years of growing concern about drought, some good water news has emerged: The Tucson area has balanced its water pumping with recharge more than a decade ahead of schedule.
The federal government tightened the screws on the overtaxed Colorado River Friday, announcing that it will cut water releases from Lake Powell to Lake Mead for the first time ever starting in October.
In 2010 more than 65,000 acre-feet of water was extracted from the aquifer in the Upper Santa Cruz basin from Green Valley to Sahuarita - about 90 percent by existing mines and farms, according to the Arizona Department of Water Resources.
Tucson's mayor and City Council face a decision this week with significant long-range implications to our future. Tucson has received two requests to allow connections to a pipeline it jointly owns with the Central Arizona Project south of Tucson. These connections would deliver CAP water to…
Participated in negotiations among 7 Colo. River Basin states to develop a plan for shortages.