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Water Crisis in the West: Thinking Like a Watershed

  • KiMo Theatre 421 Central Ave NW Albuquerque, NM (map)

The first panel on February 13, will provide an historic overview of human habitation and water use in the Southwest. It will address issues including global warming and climate instability, and the effects of Manifest Destiny on indigenous cultures and southwestern habitat.  It will also bring attention to the limitations of capitalism in a world of finite resources, and the relationship between water, coal and hydro-electricity, and associated factors. Along with Patty Limerick the two other panelists will be: historian and author Dr. William deBuys; and author, photographer and polemicist John Nichols.

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Earlier Event: February 13
Bug Love
Later Event: February 22
Edible Shrubs and Pruning Techniques