The Native Waters on Arid Lands Blog

Man standing near irrigation ditch on the Gila River Indian Community in ArizonaIrrigation on the Gila River Indian Community in Arizona. Credit: NRCS.
Navajo FRTEP agent Grey Ferrell and Co-PD Trent Teegerstrom inspecting springs near Tuba CityNavajo FRTEP agent Grey Ferrell and Co-PD Trent Teegerstrom inspecting springs near Tuba City. Credit: NWAL.
Hay delivery at Hopi ReservationPam Lalo, Hopi Veterinarian Technician, unloads hay bales after a recent hay delivery on June 27, 2020. Credit: Robinson Honani, Hopi Department of Natural Resources.
Since March, more than 100 cords of wood have been delivered to three Hopi and Navajo communities. (Photo courtesy of Joe Dirt Excavating)Joe Dirt Excavating
More than 80 people attended the NWAL 2019 Tribal Summit in Reno, NV
Alex Lutz
Students from the Pyramid Lake Jr/Sr High School arrive at DRI for Youth Day. Oct. 15, 2018.
window rock
Dr. Karletta Chief
Virgil Dupuis, Extension Director for Salish Kootenai College, speaks with high school students in the college garden at NWAL Youth Day. May 3, 2018.
Control plot at ANC
NWAL Document Library
During the traditional knowledge breakout session, panelist Kapuna Kalani Souza joined the conversation via Skype.
An opening talk at the Native Waters on Arid Lands Tribal Summit
NWAL Youth Day at the Desert Research Institute is November 13, 2017.
NWAL Event
Weather station at Aaniiih Nakoda College.