Interview: Too many people, not enough water
As we heard in an interview yesterday, river levels around the Roaring Fork Valley are set to be drastically lower this summer, even though they're high now. Part of the reason is a low snowpack that's melting and rushing away quickly because of warm temperatures. But increased water use is also draining rivers in the Valley and around the West. In the second part of our interview with Rick Lafaro and Sharon Clark from the Roaring Fork Conservancy, KDNK's Mathew Katz spoke with them about what happens if our river levels keep getting lower.