Water and climate change, January 6 hearing

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A person walks under Willow Falls at Willow River State Park
A person walks under Willow Falls at Willow River State Park north of Hudson, Wis. Within the park is Willow Falls and Little Falls Lake. Photo courtesy of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

An author shares her new book on water as a natural resource and how it will shape our future. Then, a political science professor reacts to the latest public hearing from the January 6 committee

Featured in this Show

  • What water wants — and how to live with it as our climate changes

    We learn about the “Slow Water” movement to re-develop infrastructure working with water as opposed to trying to direct and control it.

  • July 12 hearing on January 6th to focus on Proud Boys, Oath Keepers

    The January 6th Committee will meet for the seventh time for the January 6th hearings to look at the involvement extremist groups had in the January 6th Capitol insurrection. A political scientist breaks down the new evidence.

Episode Credits

  • Dean Knetter Host
  • Tyler Ditter Technical Director
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • Emilie Burditt Producer
  • Erica Gies Guest
  • Susan Johnson Guest

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