Some of you may remember the hard fought battle with the proposed Escalade resort that we Grassroots People of The Confluence area were forced to be involved in which culminated in a resounding defeat for the developers.
Here is a link to a PDF copy of the US Supreme Court decision denying water rights to the Navajo Nation.
The Colorado River flows adjacent to families that have lived in drought conditions for generations.
Now, we need to save the Colorado River from extinction. The results of climate change have decreased water levels and snowpack that stem from prolonged drought, and the over consumption of water has exacerbated the problem.
As Grand Canyon National Park prepares to celebrate its 104th anniversary on Feb. 26, a new 12-minute film, “Voices of the Grand Canyon” debuts.
The federal government is finally closing the door on two proposed dams on the Little Colorado River in western Navajo Nation. But another effort to dam up Big Canyon remains alive.
Save the Confluence seeks an intern to increase younger peoples’ awareness of and advocacy efforts around the Little Colorado River.