Article for The Sierra Sun by editor Diana Tittle:
“Never let a good crisis go to waste.
One by one, representatives of agencies responsible for the management of New Mexico’s lifeblood stream, surface and ground waters entered a teleconference room on May 7, 2021. They had been called together to try to find solutions to avert the drastic draining over the upcoming summer of Elephant Butte Lake, the state’s largest irrigation reservoir and most popular body of recreational water."
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