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Sant Khalsa

Sant Khalsa

Sant Khalsa grew up along the Hudson River in Riverdale, NY, relocated to San Bernardino in 1975 and currently lives in Joshua Tree. Water quality and scarcity issues in Southern California have been a significant focus of her research and artwork for over 35 years. She is an artist, educator and activist who is one of the founding faculty members of the Water Resources Institute at California State University, San Bernardino, where she has been teaching art since 1988.

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Mojave Trails National Monument | Photo: Bureau of Land Management
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Water Project Would Hurt New National Monument

Obama's designation of the Mojave Trails National Monument raises the stakes for the Cadiz Project.
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