Latinos stand up, sing for Colorado River conservation

By Troy Hooper, Real Aspen
Apr 16, 2012

“If we do nothing, the price of water will spike, agriculture and rural communities will become less viable, and households will be forced by utilities and governments to make drastic changes in how they use water,” said Andres Ramirez, a spokesman for a group called Nuestro Rio, made up of thousands of Latinos in the Southwest who educate communities about the history of their culture and the river.