A U.S. Supreme Court case over how water from the Rio Grande is allocated is underway and may finally put an end to a years-long dispute over how border
Mississippi laid out an argument before the U.S. Supreme Court last week that could impact water law principles around the globe.
Beginning in high school, Molly McKinney knew she wanted to pursue a water management and conservation career.
Aaron Fukuda admits that the 15-acre sunken field behind his office doesn’t look like much. It’s basically a big, wide hole in the ground
Groundwater provides an important source of irrigation for farmers in southern New Mexico, but Texas alleges that New Mexico’s use of groundwater below Elephant Butte reservoir has reduced surface …
AUSTIN, Texas — In 2011, Texas experienced one of its worst droughts ever. The dry, parched conditions caused over $7 billion in crop and livestock
Attorneys laid out their arguments Monday during the first day of a virtual trial in a lawsuit over Rio Grande water with Texas and the federal government
The Supreme Court today questioned Mississippi’s novel claim that it holds sole rights to groundwater in an aquifer along the Tennessee border.
State Climatologist John Nielsen-Gammon says the weather event usually means warmer and drier conditions, but might only last a few months.
Mississippi v. Tennessee is not only the Supreme Court’s first oral argument of the 2021-22 term, but it is also the first time that states have asked the court to weigh in on how they should share an interstate aquifer. The court’s decision could fundamentally restructure interstate groundwater law