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COLORADO RIVER PUBLIC MEDIA: "Leche y Miel": Short Film Set in Yuma County Explores Over-Allocation of the Colorado River

By Maya Springhawk Robnett 

Over-use of the Colorado River has long concerned environmentalists, but a short film has set out to explore the human impacts of over-allocation.  KAWC’s Maya Springhawk Robnett attended a viewing in San Luis, Arizona…

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HUFFINGTON POST: America’s Worst Idea: Donald Trump’s Dismantling of Our Natural Heritage

Javier Sierra, Contributer, Associate Communications Director, The Sierra Club

Zozobra, according to New Mexico tradition, is a dark character, half ghost, half monster, the enemy of everything good and decent who robs people of their most treasured possession, hope.

TEEN VOGUE: How Latinx Teens are Connecting With Nature at America's National Monuments

In this reported piece, writer Emily Hernandez traveled to New Mexico with Hispanic Access Foundation to the Organ Mountains–Desert Peaks National Monument, a national monument currently under review by the Trump administration as part of the president's September executive order.

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