Louis Sahagun

reporter for the LA Times

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The famed crystal clear water of Lake Tahoe has become a lot less clear over the years. There are lots of suspects: algae, runoff, fertilizer, erosion.

Lake Tahoe's water is getting murky...because of shrimp?

The famed crystal clear water of Lake Tahoe has become a lot less clear over the years. There are lots of suspects: algae, runoff, fertilizer, erosion.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

In the Mojave Desert, there's a battle between ravens and threatened desert tortoises (plus their allies: conservationists and U.S. government officials).

When ravens are killing desert tortoises, it's drones to the rescue

In the Mojave Desert, there's a battle between ravens and threatened desert tortoises (plus their allies: conservationists and U.S. government officials).

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

High winds and heat in Northern California recently caused PG&E to shut off power to communities in the Sierra Foothills.

As summer approaches, state utilities try to minimize wildfire risks

High winds and heat in Northern California recently caused PG&E to shut off power to communities in the Sierra Foothills.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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