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 Yaquis gather for meeting to block Highway 15 in protest against Novillo-Hermosillo aqueduct

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 Yaquis gather for meeting to block Highway 15 in protest against Novillo-Hermosillo aqueduct

P1100193 Yaquis gather for meeting to block Highway 15 in protest against Novillo-Hermosillo aqueduct

NOTE: With this article, the CIP Americas Program initiates a series by Tom Barry of the CIP TransBorder Project that takes an in-depth look at the water crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border. 

How the Mexican border state of Sonora is rushing forward with more water-management projects in response to escalating water crisis.

The U.S. West was won by a strategy to capture the natural flow of rivers cutting through the deserts. A vast array of water megaprojects reshaped the West’s landscape and opened these aridlands for population growth and agricultural development.

Wherever the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation found rivers running free, the engineering agency constructed dams, reservoirs, and aqueducts. The agricultural empires and booming cities like Los Angeles, Phoenix, and Las…

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