Unsettling waters

February 2011
High Country News;2/21/2011, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p7
The article focuses on a deal approved by the Navajo tribal council with Arizona for the right to water from the Colorado River. The deal includes 693 million dollars to establish water pipelines and other infrastructure. However, Navajos feel that they need a lot more water because of the alleged bitter history of their tribe of being cheated out of its resources.


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