California's water-starved sequoias show signs of stress

Aired: 10/14/2015 | 0:05:50 | Clip
California's giant sequoias are special. These massive trees stretch hundreds of feet and live for thousands of years. But they are also being stressed: requiring an enormous amount of water, they are showing signs of suffering through the state's historic drought. Special correspondent Scott Shafer and producer Gabriela Quiros of KQED report.