Articles by Bart Taylor
Salazar’s water future
Water may send Ken Salazar back to the forefront of Colorado politics
Sequester deal in sight?
Will "cliff" negotiations produce a deal after all?
Flaming Gorge lives
...and with it, big questions about how Colorado will manage its water future
Energy investors gain with cliff deal
Tax extenders provide short-term relief, long-term implications unclear
Water study reaction: Predictable—and self-serving
Active river management can make all the difference going forward
Dissonance at Flaming Gorge
CO Water Conservation Board’s report may cause a stir – and heartburn for its opponents
Will the Bureau’s Colorado River study live up to the hype?
Here's why it might not
When energy needs and water supply collide
An issue with no easy solution
TopCo leaders optimistic and hiring
The problem: Finding qualified workers
Water-related “carrying capacity:” An idea whose time has come?
Drought is just one part of a larger challenge
Sterling Ranch ruling highlights Front Range water issues
Supply issues loom for the entire business community
Search for consensus elusive in Colorado River Basin
Tensions rise in headwater states
Remembering Bob Schwab
Colorado loses a talented and compassionate journalist and poet
Water disrupts the West: Will business begin to look elsewhere?
Drought, data focus attention on West’s water challenge
Obama campaign’s Archuleta: Stark choice the tale of this election
The ‘New West’ plays a pivotal role as voters pick between very dissimilar candidates