Border Alert 

Coping with catastrophe along the line

The Nogales Wash is born at the border, meandering among oaks and squat warehouses on its languid journey north. And most times, the drainage is little more than a dry concrete ribbon, marked by steep walls and rancid clumps of flotsam desiccating…

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