Tucson Water NewsDrops


(Updated Apr. 28, 2017)

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Why Kill a Program that Saves Water, Energy, and Money – and that Business Likes? (National Geographic, April 27)

Central Arizona Water Conservation District plan is a risky gambit (Arizona Capitol Times, April 27)

Our View: Bad bill undermines Arizona's good water law (AZ Central, April 26)

‘Where the Water Goes’: New Book Tackles Colorado River Challenges (Water Deeply, April 25)

City Water Departments Answer Five Common Questions (AMWUA blog, April 24)

Tucson Region Outpaces Others in Western States for Extreme Weather (UA News, April 24)

Salt Lake City officials proposing water, sewer rate increases over next five years (Deseret News, April 22)

Viewpoints: Everyone loses if we can't agree on water (AZ Central, April 21)

Despite Wet Year, We Need Conservation Across Colorado Basin (Water Deeply, April 21)

Don’t cut EPA funds (Aztec Press News, April 20)

Every drinking fountain and sink in every Colorado school could be tested for lead under public health bill (Denver Post, April 19)

From extreme drought to record rain: Why California's drought-to-deluge cycle is getting worse (Los Angeles Times, April 12)