Watershed Councils

NPR's Elizabeth Arnold reports on the community-based enterprise sprouting up in the Western U.S. called watershed councils. They're a way for long-time combatants such as farmers and conservationists to negotiate complicated water issues in a local setting. And the members of these councils say they're working.



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