|Plot||The Spanish settlers of the seventeenth, eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries found the same truth. With irrigation, they turned their arid grasslands into farms. Building on their sense of society and of social duty, the Spanish drew their water in a truly democratic way. The Yankees that came in the nineteenth century used the river's resources to the maximum. Today, you can see how life depends on the Colorado River. Thirty million people rely on the river for drinking water and electricity, and the river supports vast farmlands with water for irrigation. The Blood of the Earth: Colorado River will take you to today's Colorado River. See the power of the river and explore the challenges that threaten its health.... search for Blood of the Earth Colorado River on IMDb|
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