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Native Waters on Arid Lands is a five-year program dedicated to understanding the impacts of climate change, evaluating adaptation options, and increasing the climate resilience of agriculture and water resources on American Indian lands of the Great Basin and Southwestern US.
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The Native Waters on Arid Lands project seeks to enhance the climate resiliency of agriculture on American Indian lands of the Great Basin and Southwest by building the capacity within tribal communities to develop and implement reservation-wide plans, policies, and practices to support sustainable agriculture and water management.