The Southwestern United States will face a water crisis in the coming years. The Colorado River is region’s lifeblood, but fourteen years of drought are pushing the river to its limits. Cities in the region are searching for other sources of water as insurance against a day when the river can no longer deliver. But where they are finding it, they are also finding people who say, leave our water alone. VOA’s Steve Baragona has the second in a five-part series on water in the desert Southwest.