“The Rio Grande has been the lifeblood of the valleys and civilizations it flowed through for more than 3,000 years. As cities and farms suck it dry and a warming climate makes it evaporate faster, the river’s future has never been more uncertain. Reporter Colin McDonald and photojournalist Erich Schlegel are traveling the length of the Rio Grande, interviewing those who depend on and control it, taking photos and videos, and cataloging the chemistry and biology of the river from the Rocky Mountains to the Gulf of Mexico.
Their work will be uploaded from the banks of the river via satellite and shared here as they spend seven months on this 1,900-mile journey.”
Providing adequate drinking water for all is difficult enough without factoring in a future decrease in quantity:
I’d heard about the Red River moving and causing a state boundary dispute, but I never knew that part of those lands were actually claimed by the Federal Government. Enlightening story:
I knew that Howard Hughes was buried in Houston, but it took me awhile to visit his grave. It helps that there’s a virtual cache there 😉
It was a gorgeous cemetery, probably the prettiest I’ve ever seen.
Howard Hughes was a very interesting man.