25 Prominent Desert Scientists Speak Out

Halt the Border Wall Construction’s Desiccation and Desecration of Quitobaquito Springs, the Greatest Oasis of Hope in the Borderlands Twenty-five nationally prominent ecologists, hydrologists, botanists and archaeologists demand that Homeland Security cease any activities that further threaten the destruction of Quitobaquito oasis in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. They claim...

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A Call from Conservation Biologists and Hydrologists to Halt Wall Construction Impacts on Quitobaquito Springs

An “oasis of hope” in the Borderlands As conservation biologists and hydrologists who have collectively worked on the border at Quitobaquito Springs in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument for over four decades, we wish to express our deep concerns about one of the most biodiverse and culturally significant oasis habitat...

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Indigenous Religious Freedom Violations Abound at the U.S.-Mexico Border Barriers

This last year, we have palpably felt a heightened level of traumatic stress pervasive in the Indigenous communities where all three of us have worked on both sides of the international boundary. Throughout our adult lives, we have provided educational opportunities, technical assistance, and land rights advocacy strategies within the...

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