Anatomy of a storyStarts with local observation/question:When it’s this hot, I worry about how long our waterreserves are going to hang in there.Does it look like water is coming for, say, mid-July?
Anatomy of a storyListeners submit photos to deepen story:
Anatomy of a storyProducer Julia Kumari Drapkin consultsa climate scientist for insight:
Anatomy of a storyListeners find themselves in the story asit evolves:
Anatomy of a storyStory airs on partner station KVNF:
Anatomy of a storyEngagement continues:Hello Julia,I have a rain gauge here atApple Valley park in Paonia. Iam happy to report when thenext drops arrive. Thanks forall you do!—Amber KleinmanAt right: listener Smyth Boone’snew rain gauge
Anatomy of a storyParticipants’ observations flow into theiSeeChange digital almanac.
Learn more:Follow iSeeChange on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/iSeeChangeLearn about all 10 Localore projects,produced by AIR and funded by CPB:http://airmediaworks.org/
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