CamayakArchive Written by Kyle Criddle at the Daily Utah Chronicle
“For years, Utah’s elected officials have deluded the public into believing the state is running out of water, and for years people like you and me have believed them. In the eyes of the Division of Water Resources, the answer to our water crises is contingent upon the implementation of major water projects which will adversely effect renewable resources, ecological stability and our neighbors downstream.
The division proposed constructing the Lake Powell Pipeline (LPP) which would deliver 26.7 billion gallons of water from Lake Powell to Washington and Kane counties in southwestern Utah. While, at face value, it appears that the proposal could put the issue of water scarcity and years of drought to rest, the validity behind such an imposing project in an age of climate change and rampant corruption is questionable….” read more here
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