Environmental Tug-of-War: Treated Effluent on the San Francisco Peaks

The San Francisco Peaks (the Peaks), located in Northern Arizona’s Coconino National Forest, have been a place of reverence for indigenous peoples since time immemorial. In recent years, however, the environmental integrity and religious significance of the Peaks have been infringed upon by modern economic development efforts that push beyond the scope of reason. The Peaks serve as a spiritual keystone for a number of indigenous peoples in the surrounding region. The Hopi, Navajo, and Yavapai, to name a few, view the Peaks as sacred land where powerful spiritual beings reside. The indigenous peoples that consider the Peaks to be sacred refer to the Peaks by a holy name in their respective la

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