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New Rio Grande study says treaties need to be amended

A new study of the Rio Grande, which finds that the river is in a fragile state, suggests that the river may best be protected and restored piece by piece.

Texas claims New Mexico is using more water from the Rio Grande River than it is entitled to.

A new study of the Rio Grande, which finds that the river is in a fragile state, suggests that the river may best be protected and restored piece by piece. In an interview, researcher Luzma Nava says that the U.S.-Mexico treaties governing the flow of the river could be amended to designate more water for environmental purposes. (Water Deeply)

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