A look at tribal water rights in Colorado; “Stamp Out Hunger” Food Drive starts tomorrow

On today’s Morning Magazine, recently, the Upper Basin tribes – including those in Colorado – signed a historic memorandum of understanding with states. Hear what that means for tribal water rights, and for the status of collaboration between tribes and the federal government. Then, tomorrow is the annual Stamp Out Hunger National Food Drive. You’ll learn more about that, and how to donate. After that, one of our interns who graduated from CU Boulder yesterday, interviews her parents in the days before graduation.

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