The following podcast is brought to you courtesy of A World of Possibilities and The Mainstream Media Project.
Upriver, downriver, natives versus ranchers and utilities: a classic conflict plays itself out over the use of water resources in the Klamath River Basin of California and Oregon. While most throw up their hands in frustration, a determined few seek commonality amid the divisive turbulence.
Bob Chadwick, Jon Coney, Troy Fletcher, Becky Hyde, John Kitzhaber
Credits: Music in this program: open- “Down By the Riverside” by Chris Barber’s Jazz Band, Great Southern Records; welcome- “A United Earth I” by Alan Stivell with Yousou N’Dour, Putumayo World Music; break 1- “Hurt Like Mine” by The Black Keys, Fat Possum Records; insert 1- Rekindle the Fire by Mary Youngblood, Silver Wave Records; break 2- “One Sweet World” by Dave Matthews Band, RCA/Bama Rag Records; Bottom of the Hour Billboard- “A United Earth I” by Alan Stivell with Yousou N’Dour, Putumayo World Music; break 3- “Down to the River to Pray” by Allison Krause, UMG Recordings; close and credits- “Fishing Blues” by Taj Mahal, CBS/Columbia Records.
Funding: The Park Foundation
Duration: 55:00 minutes