American Rivers today named the Lower Colorado River America’s Most Endangered River® of 2017 shining a national spotlight on the threat that outdated water management and excessive diversions pose to the region’s communities and an economy worth billions.
By Fernanda Santos New York Times
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The lower Colorado River has been named the "Most Endangered River of 2017" by American Rivers, a widely circulated list which focuses on the river southward from where it crosses over the Utah state line into Arizona, near Page.