Nijhuis, Michelle
December 2009
High Country News;12/21/2009, Vol. 41 Issue 22, p6
The article focuses on the photographs taken by Kasia Broussalian of the University of Colorado on the people along the Colorado River in Colorado. Inspired by an environmental policy class, Broussalian took pictures of some people who depend on the river for their living. Together with photographer Brian Frank and Jasmin Lopez, the team worked their way along the course through the area, knocking on doors, engaging in conversations, and following one lead to the next. They also explore the depths of the Hoover Dam with engineer Randy Donnanemma.


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