NANFA-- Missouri River Debate

Henry Deford (
Sat, 30 Sep 2000 19:01:45 -0400

Hello fellow NANFA members,

I was in the car on Friday (yesterday) and was switching through the
programmed dials on the radio and landed on JHU National Public Radio. There
was a very interesting Debate on the Missouri River and how the public
thought about it and how the government was dealing with it. They were
talking about how Missouri doesn't want to share the river with the other
states that the river runs through. They brought up the Pallid Sturgeon and
how it was surviving in the river. Did anyone else happen to catch this
debate and can give all of us a better summary? I had to get out of the car
and go to my destination so I only heard about 20 minutes of it.


Henry Deford
Owings Mills, MD

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