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Ricardo Aguirre stands in once-barren after just a single season of being treated with a controlled-grazing process he is testing.

On an 8-acre plot in unincorporated Red Rock, Arizona drainage engineer Ricardo Aguirre is using his family’s old ranch to prove there is a way to stop flooding and erosion by looking at alternative land management practices to return water cycles to nature’s designs. Read more»

Cancun’s perfect tropical beach is its principal selling point. Made from the remains of long-dead corals, it famously stays cool even on the most scorching days. Yet the only reason the resort still has a beach is thanks to a $70 million project in 2010 to replenish it by dredging up more than 1 billion gallons of sand from the seabed. Read more»