Dry Canal at Mesilla Diversion Dam - Stock image

Dirt, Las Cruces, New Mexico, Agriculture, Canal

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Stock photo ID:178725672
Upload date:August 27, 2013

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'A sign at the Mesilla Diversion Dam ironically warns people not to swim in water channeled from the Rio Grande because of strong currents. A historic drought extending into 2013 left the river mostly dry in recent years, as evidenced by the sand in the riverbed. Construction of the dam at this site south of Las Cruces, New Mexico was completed in 1916. The structure was used for diverting water for irrigation of farmlands.'
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