Water is for fighting over : and other myths about water in the West
"During twenty-five years as an environmental reporter, Fleck witnessed firsthand the serious problems posed by a dwindling Colorado River. But he has also seen people come together, conserving and sharing the water that is available. Western communities, whether farmers and city dwellers or US environmentalists and Mexican water managers, have a promising record of co-operation, a record often obscured by the crisis narrative. In this fresh take on western water, Fleck brings to light the true history of collaboration and examines the bonds currently being forged to solve the Basin's most dire threats"--jacket.
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|Lyons Public Library||333.91 FLE (Text)