Valley Edition: June 23 - Drought And Food; Reading To Dogs; Yosemite; Raisins; Drought Music
This week on Valley Edition we talk about drought, a case about raisins, Yosemite and more. First, Capital Public Radio's Lesley McClurg reports on how drought is changing what's grown in California. Valley Public Radio's Diana Aguilera reports on a in special reading program in Fresno where children read to dogs. Reporter Jerffrey Hess speaks with Marvin Horn who brought a case before the Supreme Court to strike down raisin price controls.
Late in the program Moore speaks with UC Merced Professor Tao Ye about the university teaming up with NASA to Boost Stem Careers and Nanotechnology.
Ending the program Moore and KVPR Reporter Ezra David Romero chat about music being written about the California drought.