Restoring water and wildlife in the desert | Kyle Obermann

Apr 07 , 2023 | Social Good

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Amidst the sprawling deserts of far-western China, the landscape is criss-crossed by the braided Tarim River. Where the river flows, natural life and human culture have existed for centuries against the constant encroaches of the great surrounding sea of sand. Kyle Obermann, Nature Contributor for the China Current, shares the story.


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