Mike Prather

Outreach Coordinator for the Owens Valley Committee

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Outreach Coordinator and past President of the Owens Valley Committee and a 25-year Owens Valley resident and conservationist

Mike Prather on KCRW

The  Owens River Valley  runs down the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains, but there's been no water in it since Los Angeles took it away in 1913.

Owens River to Flow Again

The Owens River Valley runs down the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains, but there's been no water in it since Los Angeles took it away in 1913.

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