The Caballo Dam is on the Rio Grande. It stores water to be discharged during the dry season for irrigation. It was built in the 1930s and is about fifteen miles south of Truth of Consequences. This photograph, taken in 1993, shows the damn with patches of frost in the winter.
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Creator 1 Role
Conservation of natural resources -- Land use and energy conservation;
United States of America
Truth or Consequences
Smolski, Chet, "New Mexico: Caballo Dam" (1993). Browse All. 604.
dam, clean water