Utah will pay the Navajo Nation $8 million for water infrastructure, according to a new water rights settlement.
Colordo crop progress and condition report for the week ending May 22, 2022, from the USDA.
La ducha es un espacio de rejuvenecimiento y relajacion para muchos de nosotros, pero tambien es un gran monopolizador del agua, ya que representa aproximadamente el 17% del uso de agua en un hogar estadounidense promedio.
Approximately $100 million will be distributed to farmers integrating new technologies that use less water, according to Utah Governor Spencer Cox.
Much of the western U.S. has been in the grip of an unrelenting drought since early 2020. The dryness has coincided with record-breaking wildfires, intense and long-lasting heat waves, low stream flows and dwindling water supplies in reservoirs that millions of people across the region rely on.
The water in Lake Powell, one of the nation's largest reservoirs, has fallen so low amid the Western drought that federal officials are resorting to emergency measures to avoid shutting down hydroelectric power at the Glen Canyon Dam.
Agriculture news and information from the Eads USDA Service Center in Kiowa County, Colorado.
Utah Governor Spencer Cox says the state's water reservoirs are around 10 percent less capacity than they were at this time last year as an additional $500 million is being spent on water conservation.
With a 50 percent reduction in the town's water allocation, voluntarily limited water use is encouraged.