KCRW Radio has Press Play with Madeleine Brand, and her show hosted Andy Wirth for a talk about the drought in California. Learn more about Andy Wirth: http://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/private/person.asp?personId=36030954&privcapId=7911768
He wants to make sure that everyone in the state knows that the drought is a very serious thing, and he wants to be sure that all the people who are not helping out today will be helping.
Andy Wirth wants to see people making a change in the way they live, and he wants them to know that they way they are living can change to help the drought.
He talked a lot about the ski season in the Olympic Valley where he owns lodges, and he hopes the people in the valley can survive this long drought.
There has been less snow in the mountains because of the drought, and Andy Wirth is concerned that that lack of rain in the southern part of the state is going to hold over into other parts of the state that are in dire need of help.
There has to be snow falling where he lives, and he wants to see industry continue in his area in spite of the drought.
There are many things that can be done to handle the drought but the most important part to Andy Wirth is that people are pitching in and talking about what they think they can offer to the people of the state.
He wants the people who live in the area to have a chance to get their voices heard, and he also wants to make sure that the valley is going to survive.
He talks of making sure that the government knows what the people think, and Andy Wirth will continue to advocate for the environment so that there is nothing lost to the drought that has already stolen some skiing time.
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