The Colorado River, once home to riverboats and a source of liquid sustenance to many, has been referred to as America’s Nile, the most important river in the Southwest. Until recently a section of the lower Colorado with the city of Yuma on one side and the Quechan Indian tribe on the other was a no- man’s land. It would still be that way if not for the cooperative efforts of the Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area...
Allen, Lee. "Tribal Transformation: Quechan Help Bring Lower Colorado River Habitat Back to Life." Indian Country Today Media Network. May 16, 2014. Article. (https://indiancountrymedianetwork.com/news/environment/saving-americas..., accessed May 16, 2014)