Outdoor Recreation is Drying Up in California

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White-water rafting, fly-fishing and boating are out of business in many lakes and rivers. Restaurants in Catalina aren’t serving water, and rationing is on the way. We’ll hear what drought means for the $85 billion outdoor tourism industry.

Also, why is Los Angles paving good streets while bad streets get worse? Plus, Neel Kashkari, the GOP’s millionaire candidate for Governor, lived for a week on 40 dollars — along with a camera crew.

Banner Image: River Rafting at Cache Canyon Creek; Credit: Ben Hamilton

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Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Claire Martin, Sarah Sweeney