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- Announcement: Jon Goldin-Dubois, President of Western Resource Advocates is appointed to Colorado's Oil and Gas Task Force. To see the full release, click here
- Radio Feed: August 22, 2014 - Stacy Tellinghuisen talks about Western Resource Advocates' new report on the Richard Eeds Radio Show and provides insight into how to fill the water gap in southwestern New Mexico.
- New Blog Post: August 22, 2014 - New Mexico's Water Future and the Gila River. Check it out!
- News Update: August 21, 2014 - New Filling the Gap Report Recommends Solutions for Meeting Future Urban and Domestic Water Needs in Southwestern New Mexico. To learn more, click here
- New Blog Post: August 7, 2014 - Victory: First Colorado Recycled Energy Incentive Program Approved! Check it out!
- News Update: July 31, 2014 - Statement regarding release of local water plans in Colorado. Calling on the the Governor and Water Board to improve the State Water Plan. Drafts of local water plans would leave most of state high, dry and broke. To see the full release, click here
- News Update: July 29, 2014 - New Analysis Shows Key Western States Can Readily Achieve Clean Power Plan Standards. For more information click here
- New Blog Post: July 29, 2014 - Key Western States Are Well Positioned to Comply with EPA's Clean Power Standard. Check it out!
- News Update: July 17, 2014 - Groundbreaking Report Recommends Effective Water Solutions for Agriculture, Business and Residential Use in Colorado River Basin. For more information click here
- News Update: July 8, 2014 - Oil Shale Development Would Strain Western Water. Legal case exposes an oil company affirming that planned commercial development would require enormous quantities of water. For more information click here