The water in California’s San Joaquin Valley has been cut off, putting hundreds of thousands of acres at risk and tends of thousands of people out of work.

Will the state of California survive?

That’s the topic of a radio show this Saturday, Dec. 19. At 9 a.m. (PST) Food Chain Radio will host environmental attorney Andy Hitchings for a conversation about the effort to control California’s water. 

Topics include how the Endangered Species Act is used to take water away from California’s agriculture; what impact the loss of water might have on the industry of agriculture; and speculation about how the State of California might survive without its agriculture.

Listen on your radio, computer or IPOD: Food Chain Radio

Source: Food Chain Radio