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

The Big Water Agreement - An interview with Marie Zackuse

Today, we consider the City of Everett a partner and together we will plan for the future of our people and improve the health of our environment together for our people, our salmon, and our futur...

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Diverse group urges cooperation in divisive Western lands debate

The whole thing about working together, the value of communities and wild lands — they're connected, critical and interdependent."  ~ Kimery Wiltshire, Executive Director, Carpe Diem West The West...

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Fighting Fire With Finance - A Roadmap for Collective Action

The US Forest Service, tasked with managing 193 million acres of public forests and grasslands across the U.S., has described the land it manages as “overgrown and unhealthy” and calls for action ...

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Water Equity Clearinghouse

We are pleased to be involved with, and announce the release of the Water Equity Clearinghouse, an online database that showcases innovative and promising practices in equitable water management. W...

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$84 Million and Worth Every Penny – Missoula & Water Security An Interview with Karen Knudsen

Public acquisition of the water is a really big deal. It brings these priceless water assets under public ownership and puts them out of reach of private investors that view water as the next hot in...

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