A report by Western Resource Advocates and Trout Unlimited documents how Wyoming can more than meet the future water needs of the Platte Basin while minimizing impacts to the state’s rivers and streams through smart structural projects as well as conservation, reuse, and agriculture-urban sharing strategies.
This report articulates why and how Western utilities can achieve conservation synergy by integrating water and energy efficiency programs.
Practical methods for community organizations to advance energy efficiency and on-site renewable energy.
The Local Waters Alternative is a solution to meet the future water needs of Washington County, Utah, by relying on local water supplies such as water conservation, water reuse, and agricultural water transfers rather than building an expensive, unnecessary pipeline.
WRA led the way on securing stronger fracking regulations, closing coal plants, and advocating for water conservation in the Colorado River Basin.
This report is the second in a series outlining how Colorado can meet future water needs for 80% of the population without building large infrastructure projects or pipeline diversions.
Domestic wells’ impact on Arizona aquifers and streams is not well quantified but important to water providers, cities and counties in meeting future water needs. This report provides a replicable methodology to estimate the conservation potential of domestic wells in the Sierra Vista Subwatershed.
A proposed alternative to the water supply project proposed by the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District to protect the Poudre River, wetlands, communities and businesses while meeting future water needs of 15 towns and water districts in northern Colorado.