Once dried up, Owens Valley now prepares for flooding

The Sierras have more than double the normal level of snowpack. About a million cubic feet of water is expected to run off the Sierras in the coming months. We learn what that means for residents of the Owens Valley and how they’re preparing for the big snowmelt.


Kevin Carunchio - Administrative Officer of Inyo County, Louis Sahagun - reporter for the LA Times - @LouisSahagun

Madeleine Brand

Sarah Sweeney, Anna Scott, Jolie Myers, Christian Bordal, Amy Ta, Michell Eloy