In “Killing the Colorado,” Norm Gaume overlooks the Gila Valley in Southwest New Mexico. Supporters of diversion believe that new sources of sustainable water can revive agriculture in the valley.
In “Killing the Colorado,” Norm Gaume overlooks the Gila Valley in Southwest New Mexico. Supporters of diversion believe that new sources of sustainable water can revive agriculture in the valley. Discovery Channel
In “Killing the Colorado,” Norm Gaume overlooks the Gila Valley in Southwest New Mexico. Supporters of diversion believe that new sources of sustainable water can revive agriculture in the valley. Discovery Channel
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