The Columbia - Snake River system consists of 465 miles of river that acts as Agricultural infrastructure. The waterways and their 8 dams allow barges to move 10% of America’s exported wheat and 40% of the inland Northwest’s total wheat production. In short, the river system is vital for food production as well as the economies of Agriculturally dependent communities in three states. So why do environmental groups and certain politicians want to blow up the dams? Me and my panel of experts discuss how environmental activism is taking food off our plate.
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