Madeline Brand is one of the reporters that works for Press Play on KCRW. She is one of the interviewers that takes the top stories and runs with them. Recent droughts has become an issue for the state of California. Learn more about Andy Wirth: https://about.me/andywirth
People are worrying about the water shortage and how it is going to affect plants and everything. Some of the leaders that are responsible for the ski resorts are looking towards the future of the ski season.
People like Andy Wirth are watching the weather and making sure that they stay on top of the drought. During the recent interview with Andy Wirth, Madeline was questioning the feelings regarding the drought and what this meant for the ski slopes.
Apparently, a ridge is blocking moisture that the mountains need. Andy Wirth is positive that the slopes will be fine this ski season. He also reminds people in the resort area of the money they can make during other seasons. Making money during off seasons can help off-set decreases in revenue during the winter.
Andy Wirth always tries to see the glass half full not half empty. He is always trying to help people see the big picture and not stress on the small stuff. Andy works hard to keep Squaw Valley Holdings in a good place. Andy was instrumental in helping to improve the reputation of Squaw Valley.
Andy is determined to make this ski season a success and he is doing his part to educate others to do the same. He took the time to explain to Madeline about the 6000 acres of ski area. He believes that the slopes will be around 4000 acres and that this is enough ski area to be profitable and entertaining to guests.
Lake Tahoe and surrounding area mountains are beautiful during the summer and winter. The lake is a popular place for boating and swimming during the summer months.
People are always hiking the mountains and visiting the snowy mountain resorts. During the winter people like snow skiing, snow boarding, snow jet skiing, and snow surfing. After a entertaining day outside, people can snuggle up by a roaring fire in some of the resorts. Andy Wirth is always doing good deeds to help the resorts to focus on the people that are visiting the area. Read more: How Will the Drought Affect California Ski Resorts?
Andy Wirth took the time to explain that he does not think that the drought will end up affecting the ski seaon to the point of closing down.
He is telling others to try to stay open and make what money they can. Andy explains to KCRW’s Press Play interviewer that the drought will most likely be over or atlease by less of an affect in the long run.