The Colorado River flow keeps shrinking. This man has an answer.
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HOLIDAY UPDATE: "Unquestionably, there is less water in the river now, but why?" #copolitics https://pagetwo.completecolorado.com/2020/05/25/walcher-colorado-river-water-dropping-but-its-not-climate-change/
Tamarisk, an invasive non native plant, is part of the cause, and one that can be eliminated. It just takes money, and the willingness to do so.
As we end the Chinese flu debacle, we probably will face massive unemployment. Imagine, if you will, a modern version of the Depression era Civil Conservation Corps.
Two states that would benefit the most are Nevada and California. Arizona would get some benefit. Mexico (Baja) might get some of the water promised by treaty but never received.
I had uncles that were in the CCC. They said when they went into the military in WWII the CCC experience was helpful.
There you go again, WSF, tilting windmills by making sensible proposals.