Federal officials declared a portion of the lower Colorado as a National Water Trail. The designation marks the river below the Hoover Dam as a particularly scenic route for canoes, kayaks and other water craft. But it doesn't come with any extra funding or protections for the land. So what can you see if you take the water trail? And what will it mean for the businesses in the area?
Henry Brean, environment reporter, Las Vegas Review-Journal
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