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Week 3: Salty, Stinky, Special, SHRINKING

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Renee Bright
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KUER

The Great Salt Lake is at its lowest levels since record-keeping began in 1847. The good news is there is a lot of agreement about what needs to be done to save it: keep water flowing into it. While the WHAT is simple, the HOW is … more complicated. In this episode, we get a spectrum of perspectives about the future of the lake from a lawmaker, a scientist, an activist and a poet.

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