H2O Radio: Journalism About Water:How a Flood Changed the Course of a River-for the Better 
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H2O Radio: Journalism About Water  How a Flood Changed the Course of a River-for the Better  South Platte Stories 
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H2O Radio  Documentaries  For non-profit use only. 
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The South Platte River starts high in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado and flows through the heart of Denver on its way to the Great Plains. It went from being a polluted, noxious cesspool, to some of the most sought-after real estate in the city. For decades, the river was so ignored that many didn't know--or even care--that the South Platte ran right through the metro area. All it took was a flood of biblical proportions to get their attention.    
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Environment | History | Pollution | Water Pollution | Non-Point-Source | Point-Source | Environmental Activism  
 
 
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View Script    10-09-2016  English 
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