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The Powell150 Journey Retraces John Wesley Powell Expedition

  The Powell150 Journey Retraces John Wesley Powell Expedition

In the first trip of its kind, John Wesley Powell led an expedition 150 years ago of a group of explorers

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Water Release Impacts River, Stateline Ramp

  Water Release Impacts River, Stateline Ramp

The Bureau of Reclamation, under the direction of the Department of the Interior, will increase water releases from Glen Canyon

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Climate Change Having a Drastic Effect on River Flows

  Climate Change Having a Drastic Effect on River Flows

An unprecedented increase in temperatures has contributed to the nearly 20 percent decline in Colorado River flows that occurred from

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Noncommercial Rafting Permit Lottery Opens Wednesday

  Noncommercial Rafting Permit Lottery Opens Wednesday

Those looking for a river running adventure in 2018 can test their luck in the Grand Canyon National Park permit

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Will the Lake Powell Pipeline Be Bad for the Colorado River?

  Will the Lake Powell Pipeline Be Bad for the Colorado River?

A University of Colorado study urges the new president who will be elected today and seated in January, to move

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Biking the River?

  Biking the River?

Sarah and Patrick Houston are biking the Colorado River on a water themed journey to bring attention to water issues

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Is Powell Half-Full or Half-Empty?

  Is Powell Half-Full or Half-Empty?

Lake Powell is over half full as of August 22. The past fifteen-year period has been one of the driest

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Lake Powell On Upward Trend Despite Extra Water Released for Lake Mead

  Lake Powell On Upward Trend Despite Extra Water Released for Lake Mead

Runoff on the Colorado River this past week has pushed Lake Powell to its highest level in four years. When

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Navajo, Hopi Discuss Water Rights Issues

  Navajo, Hopi Discuss Water Rights Issues

Representatives from the Navajo Nation and Hopi Tribe are continuing to work toward developing shared principles for sharing water rights

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Pipeline Idea Provokes Controversy

  Pipeline Idea Provokes Controversy

Even though an application has been submitted for a proposed water pipeline stretching from Lake Powell to Washington County in

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