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"summer lake" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:35 min | Last month

"summer lake" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"All this would go silent State records show the springs feeding the Lake have been steadily declining ever since people started pumping ground water to nearby hay farms State scientists have long believed that agriculture would eventually dry out the springs Lisa Brown is an environmental advocate and an attorney for the nonprofit water watch It's alarming that we have a plan in place in Oregon to basically dry up some are Lake That's just the nature of groundwater hydrology Doug woodcock is a deputy director at the Oregon water resources department The department does have a charge to manage the area sustainably and as we can get to it we will But the water department still hasn't defined what reasonably stable groundwater levels are Even though a law saying it had to was passed in the 1950s And state policies don't consider the effects of human caused climate change Dan Janssen is a hay farmer near summer Lake who wants to conserve more water voluntarily and avoid a crackdown on his water rights If we get cut back here it's going to be devastating I mean this would be a ghost town Nothing but blowing sand here These intense winds and extreme temperatures batter his home and Christmas valley Oregon where a few crops will grow But the harsh conditions are part of what makes alfalfa hay actually thrive This is the best climate Probably in the world for this crop Janssen says the international demand is strong especially from buyers in Asia And now we're starting to get a lot of Middle East countries that are buying because they aren't any water to grow it Long before Oregon created a wildlife area or hay farm sprouted up around it northern paiute people have lived hunted and fished at the Lake Our people have always utilized that area and it has spiritual significance Wilson wewa is a northern paiute historian So if anybody has a right to the land and its resources this native people But the state allows farmers to take more and more water which leaves we will asking How much is enough He worries that unless Oregon's water managers change course in just a few decades a supply that's been stable for millennia could be lost forever For NPR news I'm Emily curator cook in summer Lake Oregon When Afghanistan fell to the Taliban 8 months ago leaders pledged to maintain the rights of women within the framework of Sharia Fast forward to today girls are banned from school after 6th grade and women can not board planes without a male relative What broken promises tell us about Afghanistan now and its future On today's consider this podcast from NPR news And this is NPR news And this is W ABE I'm Alex filling in for Jim birth coming up on all things considered some sellers and creators in the online marketplace Etsy are going on a weeklong strike They say the companies fees and unfair practices make staying on Etsy untenable for their businesses That's.

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"summer lake" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

04:04 min | Last month

"summer lake" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"Support for NPR and the following message come from REI, your local outdoor co op. What do bird watchers and snowboarders have in common? They believe a better life is lived outside. REI welcomes everyone outside because community is in our nature. REI better is out there. In southern Oregon's high desert, an ancient Lake attracts water birds from around the world. But now this prized wetland is in danger of disappearing. From Oregon public broadcasting, Emily keratin cook reports. Cool clean water bubbles up from the ground about 80 miles from where the borders of Oregon, Nevada and California meet. This groundwater is the lifeblood of summer Lake wildlife area. The 19,000 acre public preserve hosts millions of migratory birds annually. We're right here in the Pacific flyway, these are the main pathways that birds move north and south across North America. Biologist Marty St. Louis was an Oregon state wildlife manager here. For more than 30 years. Those are tundra swans. They used to be called whistling swarms. So here's a pair of sandhill cranes. They're just letting you know. Then do you see this white out here? Snow geese. Ten to 15,000 of them? Without ground water, all this would go silent. State records show the springs feeding the Lake have been steadily declining ever since people started pumping groundwater to nearby hay farms. State scientists have long believed that agriculture would eventually dry out the springs. Lisa Brown is an environmental advocate and an attorney for the nonprofit water watch. It's alarming that we have a plan in place in Oregon to basically dry up summer Lake. That's just the nature of groundwater hydrology. Doug woodcock is a deputy director at the Oregon water resources department. The department does have a charge to manage the area sustainably and as we can get to it we will. But the water department still hasn't defined what reasonably stable groundwater levels are. Even though a law saying it had to was passed in the 1950s. And state policies don't consider the effects of human caused climate change. Dan Jansen is a hay farmer near summer Lake, who wants to conserve more water voluntarily, and avoid a crackdown on his water rights. If we get cut back here, it's going to be devastating. I mean, this would be a ghost town. Nothing but blowing sand here. These intense winds and extreme temperatures batter his home in Christmas valley, Oregon, where few crops will grow, but the harsh conditions are part of what makes alfalfa hay actually thrive. This is the best climate probably in the world for this crop. Janssen says the international demand is strong, especially from buyers in Asia. And now we're starting to get a lot of Middle East countries that are buying because they don't have any water to grow it. Long before Oregon created a wildlife area or hay farm sprouted up around it, northern paiute people have lived hunted and fished at the Lake. Are people have always utilized that area and it has spiritual significance. Wilson, wewa is a northern paiute historian. So if anybody has a right to the land and its resources is native people. But the state allows farmers to take more and more water, which leaves we while asking. How much is enough? He worries that unless Oregon's water managers change course in just a few decades, a supply that's been stable for millennia could be lost forever. For NPR news, I'm Emily curator.

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"summer lake" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:41 min | Last month

"summer lake" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"All this would go silent State records show the springs feeding the Lake have been steadily declining ever since people started pumping ground water to nearby hay farms State scientists have long believed that agriculture would eventually dry out the springs Lisa Brown is an environmental advocate and an attorney for the nonprofit water watch It's alarming that we have a plan in place in Oregon to basically dry up some or Lake That's just the nature of groundwater hydrology Doug woodcock is a deputy director at the Oregon water resources department The state agency with a mission to safeguard sustainable water supplies The department does have a charge to manage the area sustainably and as we can get to it we will But the water department still hasn't defined what reasonably stable groundwater levels are even though a law saying it had to was passed in the 1950s And state policies don't consider the effects of human caused climate change even as it drives prolonged drought across the west Dan Janssen is a hay farmer near summer Lake who wants to conserve more water voluntarily and avoid a crackdown on his water rights If we get cut back here it's going to be devastating I mean this would be a ghost town Nothing but blowing sand here These intense winds and extreme temperatures batter his home and Christmas valley Oregon where a few crops will grow But the harsh conditions are part of what makes alfalfa hay actually thrive This is the best climate probably in the world for this crop Jansen says the international demand is strong especially from buyers in Asia And now we're starting to get a lot of Middle East countries that are buying because they aren't any water to grow it He's planning for a future where declining groundwater is going to hurt his livelihood Long before Oregon created a wildlife area where hay farm sprouted up around it northern paiute people have lived hunted and fished at the Lake Are people have always utilized that area and it has spiritual significance Wilson wewa is a northern paiute historian So if anybody has a right to the land and its resources this native people But the state allows farmers to take more and more water which leaves we while asking How much is enough He worries that unless Oregon's water managers change course in just a few decades a supply that's been stable for millennia could be lost forever.

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"summer lake" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:44 min | Last month

"summer lake" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Ground water all this would go silent State records show the springs feeding the Lake have been steadily declining ever since people started pumping groundwater to nearby hay farms State scientists have long believed that agriculture would eventually dry out the springs Lisa Brown is an environmental advocate and an attorney for the nonprofit water watch It's alarming that we have a plan in place in Oregon to basically dry up summer Lake That's just the nature of groundwater hydrology Doug woodcock is a deputy director at the Oregon water resources department The state agency with a mission to safeguard sustainable water supplies The department does have a charge to manage the area sustainably and as we can get to it we will But the water department still hasn't defined what reasonably stable groundwater levels are Even though a law saying it had to was passed in the 1950s And state policies don't consider the effects of human caused climate change even as it drives prolonged drought across the west Dan Jansen is a hay farmer near summer Lake who wants to conserve more water voluntarily and avoid a crackdown on his water rights If we get cut back here it's going to be devastating I mean this would be a ghost town Nothing but blowing sand here These intense winds and extreme temperatures batter his home and Christmas valley Oregon where few crops will grow But the harsh conditions are part of what makes alfalfa hay actually thrive This is the best climate probably in the world for this crop Janssen says the international demand is strong especially from buyers in Asia And now we're starting to get a lot of Middle East countries that are buying because they don't have any water to grow it He's planning for a future where declining groundwater is going to hurt his livelihood Long before Oregon created a wildlife area or hay farm sprouted up around it northern paiute people have lived hunted and fished at the Lake Are people have always utilized that area and it has spiritual significance Wilson wewa is a northern paiute historian So if anybody has a right to the land and its resources is native people But the state allows farmers to take more and more water which leaves we while asking How much is enough He worries that unless Oregon's water managers change course in just a few decades a supply that's been stable for millennia could be lost forever For.

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"summer lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"summer lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"summer lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"summer lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"summer lake" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"summer lake" Discussed on KOMO

"We have 68 with sunshine in downtown Seattle here in the middle of 20 minutes of nonstop news on coma with Flacco fired Three miles of Lake Washington Boulevard in Seattle, reopened to car traffic yesterday after several weeks of exclusively bike and pedestrian use. Now people who enjoyed the closure are fighting to make it a regular event. More from comas. Corwin take for 10 weeks, The summer Lake Washington Boulevard was closed two cars in the three mile stretch north of Seward Park, part of the Seattle Department of Transportation's Keep Moving Pilot program. The closure had many fans. This is a very beautiful and easy to walk part. They have a place to be and not have to worry about, you know, looking over your shoulder for a driver. Now, a petition drive is urging the city to keep the street closed to traffic on weekends, especially during the pandemic. The idea is getting plenty of support on Sderot's Twitter feed, but also some resistance. One tweet asks s dot Why does your primary purpose seemed to be making Seattle traffic worse? Stop closing streets. Another begs the city to keep the boulevard open. Two cars, at least during commuting hours. Corwin Hey HQ CO Moh news. The rebuilding of Highway 99 through Seattle has passed a major milestone Come was manufacture reports you might not have even noticed He's finished filling the Battery Street tunnel, which once carried the highway between Aurora Avenue north and the Alaskan Way Viaduct. According to the state Department of Transportation's Blawg crews removed the old tunnels, mechanical and electrical systems and filled much of it with recycled concrete. From the demolished viaduct. The final 7 ft was filled with lightweight concrete pumped through ventilation grates along Battery Street crews there still working along Battery Street to build ramps at each intersection, remove and pave over the tunnels, ventilation grates and fan boxes and install new lighting. The Battery Street tunnels. South portal will also be turned into a slope, then seated with grass, then handed over to the city of Seattle. Manda Factor. Comeau news, the economy what to do about bowing and getting students back.

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"summer lake" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"summer lake" Discussed on KOMO

"No level dropping 5000 FT by Saturday night in the couple Weather Center meteorologist Kristic Clark. All right, Bellevue, 70 to Tacoma 60 forever. It's 66 with sunshine in downtown Seattle. It's somebody here in the middle of 20 Minutes of nonstop news on coma with Rio six. Three miles of Lake Washington Boulevard in Seattle, reopened to car traffic yesterday after several weeks of exclusively bike and pedestrian use. Now people who enjoyed the closure are fighting to make it a regular event. More from comas. Corwin Headache for 10 Weeks this summer Lake Washington Boulevard was closed two cars in the three mile stretch north of Seward Park. Part of the Seattle Department of Transportation's Keep Moving Pilot program. The closure had many fans. This is a very beautiful and easy to walk part. They have a place to be and not have to worry about, you know, looking over your shoulder for a driver. Now, a petition drive is urging the city to keep the street closed to traffic on weekends, especially during the pandemic. The idea is getting plenty of support on Sderot's Twitter feed, but also some resistance. One tweet asks s dot Why does your primary purpose seemed to be making Seattle traffic? Worse? Stop closing streets. Another begs the city to keep the boulevard open two cars, at least during commuting ours. Korwin Hey HQ CO Moh news. The rebuilding of Highway 99 through Seattle has passed a major milestone co most man the fact reports. You probably didn't even notice it finished filling the Battery Street tunnel, which once carried the highway between Aurora Avenue north and the Alaskan Way, Viaduct. According to the state Department of Transportation's Blawg crews removed the old tunnels, mechanical and electrical systems and filled much of it with recycled concrete. From the demolished viaduct. The final 7 ft was filled with lightweight concrete pumped through ventilation grates along Battery Street crews there still working along Battery Street to build ramps at each intersection, remove and pave over the tunnels, ventilation grates and fan boxes and install new lighting. The battery story Tunnels south portal will also be turned into a slope, then seated with grass, then handed over to the city of Seattle. Manda Factor. Comeau News, the economy. What to do about bowing and getting students back.

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"summer lake" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"summer lake" Discussed on KOMO

"And principles for that community Engagement fund. And then $80,000 for opportunity engagement surveys. Council members said they needed more. Details about the scope of the new team before making a decision also discussed 434 proposed job cuts across the country. To the impact of the cove in 19 pandemic and ensuing economic collapse. Three miles of Lake Washington Boulevard in Seattle, reopened to car traffic yesterday this after several weeks of exclusive bike and pedestrian use. Now people who enjoy the closure, fighting to make it a regular event more from Kemal's Corwin Hank for 10 weeks, the summer Lake Washington Boulevard was closed two cars in the three mile stretch north of Seward Park, part of the Seattle Department of Transportation's Keep Moving Pilot program. The closure had many fans. This is a very beautiful and easy to walk part they have a place to be, and I have to worry about, you know, looking over your shoulder for a driver. Now a petition drive is urging the city to keep the street clothes. To traffic on weekends, especially during the pandemic. The idea is getting plenty of support on Sderot's Twitter feed, but also some resistance. One tweet asks s dot Why does your primary purpose seemed to be making Seattle traffic wars stop closing streets? Another begs the city to keep the boulevard open two cars, at least during commuting ours. Korwin. Hey HQ. Momo News Come on news time. 1, 10 time to check in with Bill Schwartz, the Beacon plumbing sports desk. The Seahawks depth has been a key to their four and, oh, start injuries are up across the board in the NFL in the Seattle Seahawks defense has been hit hard last weekend,.

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"summer lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"summer lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"summer lake" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"summer lake" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To stay home and only go out for centralized on site just food or formal orders extending our instructions to stay home and the closure of business and the identification of a central businesses will be extended through April thirtieth all nonessential stores were closed we are in a really tough Financial Times as the state it mirrors the incredible personal sacrifices that happen every single day because people have limited their ability to work and telecommuting and many people in fact have lost their jobs but just days after that news conference a week before Easter Hughes thirteen has learned governor Michelle Lujan Grisham called an employee at lily per rack on for sale to buy expensive jewelry it was bought over the phone but the employee went to the clothes store got the jewelry and placed it outside the door of the store where someone who knew the governor picked it up this according to the person who runs a little deeper rack stores who said she didn't know about it until after it happened and said no one was allowed in the stores at that time the governor refused an on camera interview she reviews the lawn care interview maybe she will see the gorgeous expensive jewelry she was wearing it is are there any journalist in Colorado the following Jered publisher world we finding out anything the jobs done the enquiring minds want to know because we also know that governor Whitmer up in Michigan she traveled to her summer lake home her husband decided to go boating when she had said you couldn't go boating our government governor Northam of Virginia governor blackface instituted a mandatory mask ordeal ended was seen on some beach in in Virginia Sam's mask everywhere you look you find these hypocritical politicians that are telling well as peels what we must do we must do it to flatten the curve we must do that too I don't know save the universe but still different they don't have to follow the same rules they don't have to follow in the rules this makes me the first meet meet discuss me because I've seen these politicians up close and personal for for six years I watched members of both the Republican Party in the Democratic Party say one thing in public tell me an entirely different thing for or do one thing in private into something entirely different in the public I don't know why I don't know why they think hello what we put up with but we do Michelle lu Han Grisham will she will pay a price for when it comes time for reelection it will go through the full potential history what more will probably won't pick it will push for what we will pay a price for what we don't know of anything these Dunya I'm not sure there's much medium Colorado that would what I find out even if they did it with the bill but at some point I just have to say you enough is enough to give some credit where credit's due house Republicans have filed a lawsuit against speaker Pelosi in an effort to block a sweeping rule change that would open more than two hundred years of precedent and present serious risks to chamber security systems you you're probably not aware with no reason for you to be aware but there are these incredible security systems in both the house and the Senate you don't just let me often times you just do a voice vote and they'll just do a roll call vote between the Senate in the summer Clark remembers reading the role you have to be in that chamber to cast your vote you can't call them you can send an email you can't do a proxy in the house chamber we are four hundred thirty five members it's even more strict you have to actually go in search a key card and then the yeah your neck and that keep card belongs to you then you're responsible for and nobody else can do that and my guess is since I was there they have even put biometrics on it so that you can't give it to a staffer inside give it to a page you go down the floor vote yea or nay for it was filed yesterday evening by house minority leader Kevin McCarthy in the District Court of DC with twenty more wall but GOP lawmakers M. for constituents and I'll tell you about that lawsuit because I think it's important I think it's really important the U. S. is important traffic traffic.

"summer lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"summer lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"summer lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"summer lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"summer lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"summer lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"summer lake" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"summer lake" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"summer lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"summer lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"summer lake" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"summer lake" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"This is Tom Tolbert on line for the N. B. R. the sports leader thanks for joining us giants in Padres we were just talking about this Rocky Mount review time some really basketballer ready in Utah and then they got Vegas is Orlando still around I don't know yeah I believe so so I believe it yeah when I was I was young in my career this is like my big thing they would give me a live Mike on TV they were like whoever is out there get a minute I get like Phil Jackson and Larry brown and Popovich like out and they'd see me come in a dirty look me with I was just so dumb and young I was like cool Hey it's great Bobby tae want to do two or three minutes and he'd be like you would do that now you can add a like you know in the night players about longer yeah they did they'd have like Tim Duncan would be sitting there waiting for his game and again he was so young you know it'll be like Hey you wanna come on the air with a gas hello people what is there by three yes my office farming in the jazz was three going to bat figure for going to bed take the jazz get the three kings hall yet believe me in the Utah hill and they got nothing to do and then that it is actually a big basketball a place that they love basilar into things bass while in college football with you tell me why you and all that Utah state like they they like basketball and football there but they'll go they'll go sit that dumb in that in that arena even though it's like eighty and sunny out it's beautiful but they'll go in there I mean I sold out yeah yeah they sell that I'm telling you well this son I'm Vegas now to as their own well they could be I don't I don't have a it's it's a hundred fifteen and then you'll see like big stars are like lebron Chris Paul knows it what are you doing I I I understand your wax I don't understand your make it's a hundred fifteen now re doing then exam go to the pool damn summer lake everyone's ago summer league now some really is a big deal a good for my my guy warmly Gerry my agent lives here in the bay he's got the start of the summer league and really really help them and they they they might have been just him but I know is partially him and now he's got that thing Roland private things got to be a damn Casco now because all the teams are going to Vegas yeah all of them go there is a big deal that's a great thing about Vegas wanna go to Venice thank you you just say Hey I would have ever though o'neill convention we're gonna have it Vegas event yeah man you're right on their way to the draft is in Vegas and they said the NFL draft gonna go there give me although I tell you and I'm sure you know this but I give your hung over and then you walk outside in Vegas and it just feels like you just got hit by the biggest heatwave ever that's why I got that that's right when did that I. V. thing you guys make fun of me all the time over I was way too hung over I went T. rex I walked outside with anyway this is a good for her only you know you're talking about I went downstairs at ivy thing you got to be well I've never been involved over what does that could I go outside would you would outside one time it wasn't in the summer but that one guy who rast U. everyone got her asked you you're so nice I dare to kick his **** yeah yeah yeah I made to the cell you did make it to the show I've heard others haven't there is a certain person didn't yeah I've heard others have admitted to the show before it got sent out on one assignment Perot hundred over to make the show you can.

Tom Tolbert Utah three minutes