Reimagining the future of shared water resources begins with understanding sustainable water management strategies rooted in Indigenous knowledge. Oscar Tuazon founded the Los Angeles Water School in 2018 as a functional public artwork and experimental school. Housed in a structure inspired by Steve and Holly Baer’s Zome House (1969-72), the Water School is a site for dialogue and engagement with complex water issues. Tuazon is now collaborating with Rupert Steele, Chairman of the Confederate Tribes of the Goshute Reservation, to establish a public Water School near Cedar Spring, Nevada. The underground springs are threatened by a proposed $15 billion pipeline to divert water to Las Vegas and beyond.