Native American Water Right

October 1, 2016--Native Americans and conservationists collaborate to return vital flow to the Rio Grande (Water Currents)

The first time I saw the channel of the Rio Grande completely dry, I was stunned. Here was the second largest river in the Southwest, which flows through three U.S. states and Mexico, and instead of water between its banks there were tire tracks. And I wasn’t standing at the tail end of the river, but rather on a bridge in central New Mexico, in the Rio Grande’s middle reach.


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