Bringing The Colorado River Back To Long-Dry Parts Of Mexico
For the first time in almost 20 years, the Colorado River is flowing into northern Mexico through a dam that usually stops it. It’s called a pulse flow — a temporary release of water.
From the Here & Now Contributors Network, Stina Sieg of KJZZ traveled to see the effect it’s having on Mexico’s long-barren delta.
- Stina Sieg, senior field correspondent for KJZZ. She tweets @StinaSieg.
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