Today on the news, as water becomes more scarce along the Colorado River, some users are facing serious legal risks to their supplies. And, rural communities in southern San Juan County are scheduled to gain high-speed internet next year, thanks to multi-agency collaboration. Plus, Public Lands Corner explains an occasionally spotted but antiquated wilderness designation – the Instant Study Area. Tune in.
The Salt Lake Tribune, ‘Broadband internet access coming to Navajo Nation communities in San Juan County’ –
Public Lands Corner Show Notes –