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Grand Canyon NPS Jul 27
“We must begin thinking like a river if we are to leave a legacy of beauty and life for future generations.” ― David Brower Photo Courtesy Tyson Joye -mq
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John Fleck Jun 22
Much of the Rio Grande's flow through Albuquerque right now is imported water:
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EcoWatch Jun 27
"It is an incredibly important demonstration of the fact that we can use less water."
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The Traveling Editor Jun 2
Celebrating by sharing the beauty of Fisher’s Landing and Lake Martinez in AZ!
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Project Exploration Az May 22
Happy !! Today we are taking you on a float down the ! Beautiful views and fun facts about the red river, this virtual field trip is one you won’t want to miss!
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Patrick Donnelly Feb 23
And now back to your regularly scheduled programming. Nice sunrise today on the .
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Robert Witham Jan 13
The Colorado River at Parker, Arizona. I love the scenery along this stretch of the Colorado. .
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WildEarth Guardians' Wild Rivers Program Jun 3
The ludicrous proposal to dam the Little shifted in the face of opposition. Now the company wants to dam Big Canyon and pump groundwater to fuel the pumped hydropower project. Learn more and sign the petition protesting the proposal:
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Bing May 15
Toroweap Overlook on the remote North Rim of the is the only viewpoint from which the can be seen directly below, flowing along the base of sheer, 3,000-foot cliffs. Do you have a favorite memory to share from a visit to the Grand Canyon?
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AustinBackpackers Nov 5
Life is too short to not explore! Get out and hike - take a trip to and hike to the .
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☁️ Samuel Guizani ☁️ #SaveTheEarth Feb 23
The flow of the is dwindling due to the impacts of , risking “severe water shortages” for the millions of people who rely upon one of America’s most storied waterways.
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Ian James Jul 15
The Imperial Irrigation District filed its opening brief seeking to halt implementation of the drought contingency plan. Imperial wants to see the deal paused and is pushing for consideration of the shrinking Salton Sea.
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One World One Water Jun 3
Lets learn more about Colorado’s most important river! Did you know the Colorado River provides water for 40 million people?
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Tired Earth Apr 28
New Trump Nuclear Plan Favors Uranium Mining Bordering the Grand Canyon
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Alison Montes Jul 28
Family Vacation Time!!🏄🏻‍♂️🌊⛵️🐠 Discovered that water sports aren’t my thang🤣 but still having a blast!🎰🎲🍹
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Professor Peter Strachan Feb 21
is drying up the , putting millions at risk of 'severe water shortages' "Without this river, American cities in the Southwest would dry up and blow away"
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WildEarth Guardians' Wild Rivers Program Jul 28
We agree it is time to shift the power structure and allow formerly silenced or ignored stakeholders like the tribes, native fish and the river itself to lead the future of the .
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starrandmona May 1
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Sara Porterfield, PhD Feb 22
Beautiful day for a run along the *other*
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Ed Joyce Apr 29
“The fact that the normal average year is actually getting drier and is projected to keep getting drier in the means that we’re probably going to have to revise how much each state is allocated on the Colorado River substantially.”
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