Posts Tagged: Raise The River

The pulse flow is hitting its peak today, but water has been creeping its way down toward the delta since Sunday. This little bit of water has been going a long way. Just watch as children splash around in a river bed that was bone dry only a week ago. If all goes well, the… Read more »

It just chokes me up to see this river that has not been through this area is more than 17 years, kind of working its way to the ocean like it should, like it was meant to do. … Just seeing a river getting to be a river again, I just want to celebrate it…. Read more »

Dep. Secretary of DOI Michael Connor addresses those assembled at the #PulseFlow event and Morelos Dam. via U.S. Bureau of Reclamation

US IBWC Commissioner Edward Dursina speaks to press and attendees at the Minute 319 Pulse Flow Ceremony from Morelos Dam.  Journalists, conservationists, and policymakers gathered today at Morelos Dam to observe and celebrate the pulse flow. This historic event is a product of binational cooperation that reframes water management in the Colorado River for the… Read more »

The pulse flow – a temporary release of water designed to mimic the river’s natural spring floods – began on Sunday, March 23. The pulse flow is expected to peak at its highest flow rate today through March 30, and is expected to last nearly eight weeks total, bringing much needed relief to the habitats and… Read more »