Stories tagged: "water"


Lake Powell at the Glen Canyon Dam wall
Report Estimates Lake Powell Has 88% Chance of Falling Below Critical Level by August 2022

New projections show that Lake Mead and Lake Powell could reach “critically low reservoir elevations” sooner than expected.

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Make Your Summer Splash At One of These Seven Valley Water Parks

Is your vaccinated self looking for ways to make up for lost time? Then you won’t want to miss a single one of these summer attractions.

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Make Your Summer Splash At One of These Seven Valley Water Parks

Is your vaccinated self looking for ways to make up for lost time? Then you won’t want to miss a single one of these summer attractions.

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Here’s a List of Free Events Around the Valley to Get You Out of the House

Many public events are sprouting up across Arizona as vaccination numbers across the state continue to rise.

In this Sunday, June 1, 2014, photograph, cattle graze at the edge of the Verde River in Camp Verde, Ariz. An 84-acre ranch along the Upper Verde River is being added to the Prescott National Forest to help protect the river's natural state and eventually enhance public access. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
Arizona’s Last Free-Flowing River Is Now Under Federal Protection

The 84-acre Rio Verde Ranch is now part of the Prescott National Forest, thanks to the efforts of conservation nonprofit Trust For Public Land.

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Rio Salado Waterway Now Qualifies for Millions in Restorative Funding

The Rio Reimagined project aims to connect residents to the river "through ecosystem restoration, flood mitigation and economic development.”

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7 Million Reasons to Conserve Water in Arizona

The Colorado River supplies water to farms and cities all across Arizona — but experts say that might not be the case for long.