Stateline Episode #1402 - 11/1/2012
As one of the most insidious hazards of nature drought can bring hardship in many ways. In Oklahoma water equates life to farmers and ranchers. Trying to raise crops and livestock during a drought can be next to impossible. However in Oklahoma we depend on our water for more than just sustaining life. Our lakes and rivers supply power to hydroelectric dams across the state. Water is essential to the 16 paper mills and the barge traffic that moves supplies for the oil and gas industry. The lakes and rivers that supply these important businesses are also connected to fisheries and parks that help drive Oklahoma’s tourism industry. This November Stateline will take a look at the drought that many are saying is one of the worst since the dust bowl.
Airing: November 1st & 14th @ 7pm
Viewing archived files from 2014.
Original Broadcast Date: 1/29/2014
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