Find out the latest news about western water and climate change, with articles, interviews with Carpe Diem West network leaders, and press.

Weeding through Restoration Priorities

Here's a jump-start in creating your actionable watershed investment plan. Revitalization News highlights our Restorations Priorities Primer in their July 15, 2017 article.  

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Colorado River Research Group releases new report on agricultural water conservation

Carpe Diem West’s Dr. Doug Kenney and his colleagues Colorado River Research Group (CRRG) have just published a new report: “Innovations in Agricultural Water Conservation and Use: Fertile Ground...

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Hot Geography - Climate Change & Water - An Interview with John Capitman, Jonathan Nelson and Laura Feinstein

California’s Central Valley is one of the most unequal and segregated places in the United States. That fact has everything to do with how the impacts of global warming and water crises play out.”...

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Building Local Resilience – Rollbacks to Federal Western Water & Public Health Protections

What are western communities doing to address Trump Administration rollbacks and changes to western water and public health protections and funding? Date TBD - September 2017 10:00-11:00 am Pacif...

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A little walk...

Mary Mitsos named President of National Forest Foundation This past March at the Twelfth Annual Healthy Headwaters Convening in Aurora, Colorado, I had the pleasure of getting to know one of our te...

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