Alfonso Gonzalez stands on his ranch, near Cuatro Ciénegas in Mexico’s Coahuila state. Gonzalez is a cattle farmer who actively participates in conservation initiatives around Cuatro Cienegas. In one effort, a  well on his property (named Poza Escobedo, pictured) was restored to its original state, leading the area around it to regenerate its humidity and lush flora and fauna.

Alfonso Gonzalez stands on his ranch, near Cuatro Ciénegas in Mexico’s Coahuila state. Gonzalez is a cattle farmer who actively participates in conservation initiatives around Cuatro Cienegas. In one effort, a well on his property (named Poza Escobedo, pictured) was restored to its original state, leading the area around it to regenerate its humidity and lush flora and fauna.

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Water Scarcity Could Deter Energy Developers From Crossing Border Into Northern Mexico

by Keith Schneider