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Tue January 21, 2014
On Valley Edition: Tulare Rep. Connie Conway; Drought Tips With Local Experts; Violinist Sarah Chang
This week on Valley Edition we tackle the issue of drought across the state and what you can do to conserve water, speak with a state leader and with one of the best violinists in the world.
Starting the program, Valley Edition Host Joe Moore speaks with Assembly Republican Leader Connie Conway about the issues of drought, budget, etc.
Later in the show, Moore is joined by Patrick Boyd from the landscape architecture firm Designlab 252 and Martin Querin with the City of Fresno’s Water Division. They discuss water conservation and other tips citizens can do in drought season.
Ending the program, Moore speaks with world famous violinist Sarah Chang. She deputed with the New York Philharmonic at the age of 8 and has since performed around the globe with the best musicians on earth. Chang will perform the Bruch Violin Concerto at the William Saroyan Theatre January 25 and 26 as part of the Fresno Philharmonics Masterwork series. For more information visit the Fresno Philharmonic’s website at http://fresnophil.org/concert.php?page=masterworks.