For Many Navajo, A Visit From The ‘Water Lady’ Is A Refreshing Sight

January 7, 2015 | General RCAP News
From NPR's Morning Edition:

For Many Navajo, A Visit From The 'Water Lady' Is A Refreshing Sight

The average person in the United States uses 100 gallons of water a day for drinking, cooking, and bathing.  The average Navajo Nation resident uses just 7 gallons of water a day. 40% of Navajo Nation residents are forced to make their water stretch, often waiting for monthly water deliveries from "water saints" like Darlene Arviso.  

Learn about Darlene's water deliveries and listen to the whole story here.