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The Colorado River Talks

The Colorado River is the lifeblood of the West, supporting the water needs of 40 million people, 5.5 million acres of irrigated farmland, 30 tribes and 11 national parks and monuments along its 1,450-mile path from its mountain headwaters to the Sea of Cortez. But meeting all those needs is getting increasingly difficult as climate change shrinks its flows. Fill out the form to read the full analysis.

The Colorado River Talks

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