Artists fill the void left by California's dying Salton Sea
Clip: 03/03/2019 | 5m 28s
California’s Salton Sea, the state’s largest inland body of water, formed when a dam broke and it stayed alive with agricultural water runoff. Today, it’s water supply has dried up, and the sea is dying. But, as NewsHour Weekend’s Christopher Booker first reported in July, 2018, the Salton Sea is finding new life as haven for artists.
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