Dan Kraker (Minnesota Public Radio) knocked it out of the park (!) with his piece on Minnesota’s critical water infrastructure. I absolutely love that he took the time to gather the facts AND find the best people to tell the story!
We placed the actual audio below … take a listen!
Dan Kraker came to Minnesota Public Radio in the summer of 2011 after nearly ten years at Arizona Public Radio in Flagstaff, where he won two national Edward R. Murrow awards for his coverage of Native American issues. After a decade spent exploring the desert canyons of the southwest, he’s thrilled to rediscover the lakes and rivers of northeast Minnesota. He lives in Duluth with his wife and three daughters.