Moreles Diversion

Algadones, Mexico

When the Colorado River leaves the Yuma, AZ lettuce fields, crosses the Mexican border and hits the Moreles Dam, the remaining flow is all diverted to Mexicali agricultural fields. In this frame looking west to east, Yuma lettuce is in the right of the border wall, the City of Algadones, Mexico in the right, and the Moreles Dam diversion in the center off the frame. A triple of water leakes into the historic channel of the Colorado River. The Raise The River Alliance, and binational conservation coalition is collaborating to reconnect sections of the Colorado to reach the Gulf Of California again, while restoring habitat in the Colorado River Delta for the benefit of people and wildlife. LightHawk aerial support.
Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.

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