OPERATION COMPASSION PROVIDES AN OASIS IN THE DESERT

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By , July 26, 2002

As the afternoon sun continued to parch the high desert floor and the westerly winds blew sand in the faces of volunteer workers, a small group of men were discussing the existing drought conditions on the Navajo reservation. During the discussion, it was discovered that the Navajo people were suffering from an extreme draught. With little or no snow during the winter months, very little rain during the previous fall and no rain in the forecast for the spring, the lives of many Navajo people hung in the balance. Continue reading 'OPERATION COMPASSION PROVIDES AN OASIS IN THE DESERT'»