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Tue March 18, 2014
Valley Edition: March 18 - Wildlife And Drought; Cesar Chavez Film; Literacy; Bakersfield Tunnels
This week on Valley Edition we discuss how fish and other wildlife are being impacted by the drought, talk with the director of the new film Cesar Chavez, explore the differences in literacy among Valley cities and discuss a system of tunnels below downtown Bakersfield.
Voices of the Drought: Hatcheries
Story: Voices Of The Drought: Hatcheries, Where Will The Fish Go?
Reporter: Ezra David Romero (@ezraromero)
Pacific Flyway & Drought
Story: Along The Pacific Flyway, California's Drought Raises Concerns For Wildlife
Reporter: Joe Moore (@jn_moore)
Cesar Chavez Film
Story: Director Diego Luna Brings The Story Of Cesar Chavez To The Silver Screen
Guest: Diego Luna, Director of the film Cesar Chavez (@diegoluna_)
Story: Is Bakersfield Really America's "Least Literate" City? Local Author Raises Questions
Guest: Nick Belardes, Bakersfield-based author (@nickbelardes)
Guest: Richard Beene, President & CEO at The Bakersfield Californian (@RevRico)