The Resurgence of Waffle Gardens Is Helping Indigenous Farmers Grow Food with Less Water

In the face of climate change and persistent droughts, a growing number of people from Zuni Pueblo in New Mexico and elsewhere are adopting the traditional farming practice.

Monsoons that make deserts bloom are becoming more extreme and erratic thanks to climate change

These summer rainfalls have been vital to the U.S. Southwest ecosystem, but their unpredictability is growing.

University of Arizona launches program to work with tribes on sustainability

The University of Arizona (UofA) has launched the Indigenous Resilience Center, a new initiative to support national and international Indigenous communities’ abilities to respond to environmental challenges such as climate change, droughts, flooding and pandemics.

The Colorado River Is in Crisis. The Walton Family Is Pushing a Solution.

Walmart heirs have spent heavily to promote their view that water markets are the best way to deal with a dwindling supply.