A CHANGING DELTA : Restoring the Colorado River Delta in Mexico
Food, Agriculture, Forestry, Soil, Minerals and Natural Resources • 25m
Left for dead after decades of neglect, the terminus of the Colorado River in Northern Mexico was once a vibrant wetland ecosystem the size of Rhode Island. “A Changing Delta” chronicles the stories, issues, and people of the Colorado River Delta in Mexico, and what they’ve done to reconnect one of the most iconic American rivers to the sea.
Written, filmed and Edited by Andy Quinn
Directed and Produced by Brandon C White
Executive Producer: Tom McMurray
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