Ecocide Arizona Style — The Cow That Ate The West   Leave a comment

This posting will be the third time it has appeared on this blog. “But, with droughts and declining water levels in the state’s key water supplies, the time to act on water policy is now. Governor Ducey has prioritized Arizona’s water future as one of the most crucial policy issues facing the state. … Arizona relies heavily on the Colorado River for its water supply. Feb 21, 2018”

Becoming is Superior to Being

(First Posted December 13, 2012)Peloncillo MountainsCattle Corral in the San Simon Valley — Images by kenne

Note: This posting came about as a result of a scheduled duck hunting trip that went a bust. For several years Tom and some of his hunting buddies have gone hunting in the San Simon Valley. The valley contains several small ponds, little known to most duck hunters. Again this year, they were planning to hunt the riparian area of the valley. Tom asked me if I would like to go duck hunting. I told him I hunt only with a camera — the hunt was on.

Two days before the scheduled hunt we got word that there were no ducks in the valley — there was no water. Tom and I discussed the situation and decided to make it a photo expedition.

This posting is about the disappearing water in the San Simon…

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Posted April 18, 2018 by kenneturner in Information

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