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Louis Wertz is editor-in-chief of On Land and communications director at the Western Landowners Alliance. He lives in Wheat Ridge, Colorado, with his wife and two young children.

If you can only read three stories about Western water this week, read these: 1. (Arizona’s) local water authorities talk groundwater management strategies Arizona’s local leaders are taking seriously Governor Katie Hobbs’

If you can only read three stories about Western water this week, read these: But first, a quick note from our partner, the LOR Foundation: The LOR Foundation, a private foundation that

If you can only read three stories about Western water this week, read these: 1. Colorado River District has guidance for System Conservation Program applications Considering making an offer of conserved water

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If you can only read three stories about Western water this week in advance of the Colorado River Water Users Association conference in Las Vegas (meet us there!), read these: 1.

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IF YOU CAN ONLY READ THREE STORIES ABOUT WESTERN WATER THIS WEEK, READ THESE: 1. Phoenix, other western US cities pledge to remove decorative grass amid drought 30 more western cities, including

On October 17th, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon signed a memorandum of understanding that ratifies a partnership between the state of Wyoming and the U.S. Department

IF YOU CAN ONLY READ THREE STORIES ABOUT WESTERN WATER THIS WEEK, READ THESE: 1. International water researcher highlights Colorado Basin’s “disappearing” groundwater  When you can weigh tiny changes in the weight

Happy Halloween! If you can only read three stories about Western Water this week, read these: 1. New US plan could lead to federal action on Colorado River One of three plan

If you can only read three stories about Western Water this week, read these: 1. Many miles from Lake Mead, rural electric utilities struggle with Colorado River shortage In this detailed examination

“What we’re seeing here on the Bear is indicative of the Colorado,” Joel Ferry, the director of Utah’s Department of Natural Resources since his appointment in June, told a group