Gov. Jared Polis appeared in a Facebook live event on May 19 with the heads of Colorado Department of Agriculture and the Department of Human Services. The two state agencies have announced a collection of mental health resources aimed at rural Colorado communities. The agencies announced a new “toolkit”
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First ever restrictions on Colorado River affect Arizona and Nevada
The federal Bureau of Reclamation is restricting the amount of water Arizona and Nevada, as well as Mexico, extract from the Colorado River because the Lake Mead reservoir is alarmingly low.
Drought fears ease in American Southwest as snowmelt fills rivers but now threatens flooding
Rivers throughout Colorado, Utah and Wyoming are receiving abundant water from strong winter snowpack, easing drought fears but also pushing water over river banks.
Strong winter pulls Colorado out of year-long drought
Since 2017, Colorado has been grappling with a costly drought, but meteorologists now say that after heavy snow and rain fall, most of the state has recovered.
Less rain and snow threaten Colorado River
The rain and snow that typically nourish the Colorado River, which in turn serves as the most important water source for the American Southwest, have been abysmal this year, and meteorologists are warning of a permanent shift in the area’s weather patterns.