Water Tank Tussle 

Mike Wilson battles his tribe and fellow humanitarian group leaders to maintain his desert water stations

It's a moody, overcast Saturday morning on the Tohono O'odham reservation west of Tucson. A brawny storm ravaged these hills last night, and desert debris is scattered like loose change alongside State Highway 86. Cruising this two-lane road in a big Dodge…

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