Colorado River Supplies Get a Boost
Long-Term Solutions Still Remain Elusive
Above-average snowpack and projected runoff will send more water from the Colorado River Basin’s Lake Powell to Lake Mead this year, but federal officials warned that hard decisions still loom when they out rolled long-term alternatives to managing the river last month.
“We’ve had other good precipitation years during this 23-year drought, and yet the downward trajectory of the system has worsened,” Interior Deputy Secretary Tommy Beaudreau said last month at Hoover Dam. “We cannot kick the can on finding solutions.”
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