A River Too Far.
The Past and Future of the Arid West.

Photographs by the Water in the West project. Edited by Joseph Finkhouse and Mark Crawford.
University of Nevada, Reno, 1991. 175 pp., numerous black-and-white illustrations, 7¼x9".
This is a critical look at the use of water in the arid environments of the western United States. Primarily a series of essays detailing the history and practice of water diversion, the book is supplemented with a fine selection of images by numerous photographers. Artists include Mark Klett, Wanda Hammerbeck, Peter Goin, and others.

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