California's Past and Future with the Colorado River

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The Colorado River supplies almost forty million people and six million acres of agriculture, and like other water resources in the west - demand outstrips supply. David Owen is a staff writer for the New Yorker. He chronicles the river’s past and present in the story, "Where the River Runs Dry."

Want to know more? Listen to Owen's recent discussion with To the Point's Warren Olney.

Music: "California Sunset" by Poolside



Evan Kleiman