Posted by: Sandy Steinman | December 16, 2019

Border Wall’s Impact On National Parks

The New York Times has an opinion piece on the impact of the border wall on national parks and wildlife

President Trump’s barrier is threatening species and reshaping entire fragile ecosystems.

The 30-foot walls that are taking their place are easily scalable by humans but completely impenetrable by most wild animals. The new construction also poses grave flooding hazards and requires the draining of precious desert groundwater, threatening to permanently reshape entire ecosystems.

Red full article at Opinion | The Border Wall Is Rising Up Across Our National Parks – The New York Times


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