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2 Rivers In Peril In One Thirsty State

New Mexico is Parched

The Rio Grande runs nearly dry near Albuquerque. Photo by Dana Ward on Shutterstock.

A Lack of Focus on an Essential Need

Last year, as I traveled about the Southwest and saw the devastating effects of the megadrought first hand, I wrote several stories that caught the attention of thousands. This one was the most popular.




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