Lloyd G. Carter's Audio Podcast

Down in the Valley - October 10, 2008

In his October 2008 monthly radio show, Lloyd interviews University of California San Diego professor Steven P. Erie about Erie's book "Beyond Chinatown: The Metropolitan Water District, Growth, and the Environment in Southern California."
Metropolitan, or Met, as it is known is the 800-pound gorilla in Southern California's desert civilization and it faces daunting challenges in the coming decades.

Down in the Valley - August 08, 2008

In his August 8, 2008, monthly radio show "Down in the Valley" California journalist and commentator Lloyd Carter interviews Susana De Anda, co-executive director of the Community Water Center in Visalia, CA. De Anda says thousands of farm workers and poor people in the San Joaquin Valley, the nation's richest farming region, do no have access to clean drinking water.

Down in the Valley - July 11, 2008

In his July 2008 monthly radio show, California water politics activist Lloyd Carter discusses the proposal by Governor Schwarzenegger to place a $9.3 billion bond on the November ballot which discusses funding for two highly controversial large dams.

Lloyd is guest on KPFA Living Room radio show.

Lloyd appeared on KPFA Berkeley radio show "Living Room" with Kris Welch on Thursday July 3 to discuss California water issues. Also on the show was California Water Impact Network director Dorothy Green, a prominent Los Angeles water activist. To hear the show (The water portion of the show begins about 20 minutes into the one-hour program)

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Down in the Valley - June 13, 2008

In his June 2008 monthly radio show, Lloyd Carter talks about Governor Schwarzenegger's drought declaration for California and what can be done to conserve precious water supplies.

Down in the Valley - May 09, 2008

Down In The Valley - April 11, 2008

Lloyd Carter, veteran journalist and observer of California water politics, offers his monthly assessment of the current hot issues in California's Water World.

Listen to "Down in the Valley" live on the second Friday of every month at 3 p.m. Pacific Time on Radio KFCF 88.1 FM, Fresno, California.

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Down In The Valley - February 08, 2008

Lloyd Carter, veteran journalist and observer of California water politics, offers his monthly assessment of the current hot issues in California's Water World.
Listen to "Down in the Valley" live on the second friday of every month at 3 p.m. Pacific Time on Radio KFCF 88.1 FM, Fresno, California.

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Down In The Valley, January, 2008

Lloyd Carter, veteran journalist and observer of California water politics, offers his monthly assessment of the current hot issues in California's Water World.

Listen to "Down in the Valley" live on the second Friday of every month at 3 p.m. Pacific Time on Radio KFCF 88.1 FM, Fresno, California.

Down In The Valley, December, 2008

In his December, 2007 radio show, "Down in the Valley", California water expert Lloyd Carter discusses a proposed $11.6 billion dollar bond initiative measure that the California Chamber of Commerce and the California Farm Bureau Federation hope to put on the statewide ballot in November of 2008. The proposed initiative calls for new dams and a "peripheral canal" to pump Northern California water around the problem-plagued Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta to Southern California. Carter warns this will set off another north-south water war in California. Carter also discusses other items of current interest in California's water world.

Listen to "Down in the Valley" live on the second friday of every month at 3 p.m. Pacific Time on Radio KFCF 88.1 FM, Fresno, California.  READ MORE »

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