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The Gila River Indian Community innovates for a drought-ridden future

 

Creating a balance of water that's taken from aquifers and water that replenishes aquifers is an important aspect of making sure water will be available when it's needed. Image from "Getting down to facts: A Visual Guide to Water in the Pinal Active Management Area," courtesy of Ashley Hullinger and the University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center.

By Sharon Udasin.

This story was originally published at High Country News (hcn.org) on May 13, 2021.

A riverbed that has been parched since the end of the 19th century – a portion of the historic lifeblood of the Gila River Indian Community ...



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