The Missouri River Crisis: Falling Water Levels Causes Concern

Feb 5, 2014

The Missouri River levels are critically low. If the problem is not resolved soon, area utilities, levees and bridges could be in serious crisis . Today we discuss the effects of dropping water levels and the multimillion dollar expenditure needed to remedy the issue.


  • Mandy Cawby, spokeswoman for WaterOne, a water service in western Kansas
  • Christine Ostrander, project manager/planner at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
  • Tom Jacobs,  director of environmental programs, Mid-America Regional Council