- Interviews (Page 2)
Western water leaders speak firsthand about the latest issues and happenings.
We quickly found out that attempting to communicate in traditional ways, like press releases and website, was not enough. People don’t communicate that way anymore. It’s all about email and Twitte...Read More
On Washington’s dry and beautiful Eastern Cascade slope, the Yakima Nation’s Fisheries Department is leading innovative work to restore healthy streams, the treaty-reserved salmon that depend on t...Read More
The public water boards in California’s southern San Joaquin Valley are only nominally public. In the last four years, a stunning 87% of those seats were uncontested – so often that three-quarters...Read More
We’re increasingly concerned with these catastrophic wildfires - the impacts of wildfire smoke on health, the impacts on mental health, and the impacts on water supplies. ~Dr. Linda Rudolph, Public...Read More
This was a tragic and extensive fire that moved quickly, and most surprisingly moved directly into our urban environment. ~Michael Gossman. How does a community recover from a natural and human d...Read More