AS WATER BECOMES SCARCER IN THE AMERICAN WEST

Agricultural farm land is shown next to the desert in the Imperial valley near El Centro, California May 31, 2015. California is enduring its worst drought on record.  REUTERS/Mike Blake       TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY - RTR4Y9V5

Agricultural farm land is shown next to the desert in the Imperial valley near El Centro, California May 31, 2015. California is enduring its worst drought on record. REUTERS/Mike Blake TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY – RTR4Y9V5

— the cauldron of collaboration and competing interests is a collection of players who are just as significant for managing and responding to water scarcity but attract much less attention: the basin’s 29 federally recognized indian tribes.

read article : in drying colorado river basin, indian tribes are water dealmakers

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