The U.S. Drought Monitor has classified all or parts of five counties in Western Washington as being in a "moderate drought," the first time any portion of the state west of the Cascades has been in a drought since November.
The EPA hasn’t identified the metals or quantities that were released in the incident Tuesday near the Gold King Mine in southwestern Colorado.
A massive algae bloom closed Utah Lake this summer, sickening people and leaving farmers scrambling for clean water during some of the hottest days of the year.
Speakers at a biochar conference at Oregon State University extol the technology's application to ag
Water reservations in Oregon's Hood River basin, which allow for new water rights development, have been renewed for 20 years.
Officials from the California Water Resources Control Board held a workshop and "information fair" to prepare landowners for new regulations for reporting diversions that could take effect as soon as Jan. 1, 2017, depending on the size of the diversion.
Most farmers in the Treasure Valley region of southwestern Idaho will end up with a normal water supply this year.
Washington Farm Bureau blasts federal and state Puget Sound plan for curtly dismissing value of agriculture.
The groups on Monday sent a 60-day notice of their intent to sue the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for what the groups say are violations of the Clean Water Act.
The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes in Eastern Idaho are planning measures to improve water quality, some of which could affect farmers who lease their land.
Massachusetts is currently experiencing a sustained drought, with conditions in parts of Middlesex County designated as “extreme,” according to the U.S. Drought Monitor.
Pacific Northwest lawmakers again urge the State Department to get moving on negotiating a new Columbia River Treaty with Canada.
Supporters say the tunnels would benefit the environment and offer Californians a more secure water supply. Opponents say they fear the state will use the tunnels to divert too much water from the Sacramento River and San Francisco Bay.
Water managers are growing concerned after starting the irrigation season with a strong water outlook for Idaho's Eastern Snake Plain.