Navajo Nation improves residents’ access to clean drinking water

Today, contributing editor T.R. Witcher takes a look at a new network of transitional water access points installed last year to make clean drinking water more accessible across the Navajo Nation, which is located across a broad swath of the southwestern United States. Tomorrow in part two, Witcher writes about how the Navajo Nation’s plan to improve its residents’ access to water could also help the nation’s economic development.

Straddling Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah, the 27,000 sq mi Navajo Nation reservation is larger than West Virginia. The territory’s red rock canyons, mountains, and vistas are surpassingly beautiful —

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