A River's Last Chance | KCET
A River's Last Chance
One of the most diverse rivers in the United States, the Eel, ran dry in 2014-for the first time in history. Once victimized by logging, damming, and drought, the Eel faced new challenges from some of California's favorite commodities: wine and weed. This documentary makes a renewed case for regulation and collaboration in protecting this vital resource.
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