Water Month podcasts

Dear all,

Minnesota Public Radio has lately done some extensive reporting on water in the US Midwest. In fact, they've done what they have called "Water Month." I regert I didn't get around to posting abou it here until today, as the month ends today. But they have put together a pretty extensive web resource full of podcasts of in-depth reporting and interviews on the high cost of clean water in the US. You check it all out here: http://www.mprnews.org/topic/water.

Patrick Cox,

Vice President, H-net

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