Dot Org: Navajo Nation Go Fund Me

The Navajo Nation has been especially hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the Navajo Nation Department of Health, the infection rate of more than 3.4% and more than 6,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19, is a much higher infection […]

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Connecting The Drops: Fire and Water

Wildfires are a reality for those living in the American West…but the impact on the landscape lingers long after the smoke is gone. With an estimated two-thirds of U.S. municipalities getting their drinking water from a source that originates in […]

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Connecting the Drops: Measuring Snow

The bulk of the water supply for the western US comes in the form of snow. That’s approximately 70% of the water we use originating in snow pack high up in the Rocky Mountains. Therefor measuring that snow and estimating […]

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Commentary: Colorado’s Dam Plan

You’d have thought the earth moved exactly two years ago with all the ballyhoo at the State Capitol when Gov. John Hickenlooper unveiled the final Colorado Water Plan. I stood in the west foyer of the Capitol as every TV […]

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