Category Archives: Water

The Green Movement Wants to Control Your Property and You

What if the “green” movement isn’t saving the earth, but instead is enslaving humanity? BLUE is more than a film, it’s an idea. Ideas have the power to change the way we think, begin movements, and even change the world. … Continue reading

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Unmasking Time for Water Interests?

written by Carolyn Spence, Clovis, NM When the Clovis News Journal published an article Wednesday October 30, about the controversy over a water yield study at the Ute Reservoir, the first person to comment online noted that power, money, and … Continue reading

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Water for the Ogallala from a Real Playa – Goodwin Lake

More than a retention pond, Goodwin Lake, now the site of Goodwin Lake Trails, is a playa lake,  a valuable wetlands ecosystem.  Playas are temporary, closed-basin wetlands (specialized clay bottom areas) that are important recharge zones for the Ogallala Aquifer. … Continue reading

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