Rice farmer Don Bransford looks over a field in Williams, Colusa County, in May 2015. He said a proposed cutback in water supplies to help fish “would be disastrous.”
Rice farmer Don Bransford looks over a field in Williams, Colusa County, in May 2015. He said a proposed cutback in water supplies to help fish “would be disastrous.” Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file
Rice farmer Don Bransford looks over a field in Williams, Colusa County, in May 2015. He said a proposed cutback in water supplies to help fish “would be disastrous.” Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file

California eyes more Sacramento River water for fish, less for farms, cities

October 19, 2016 2:21 PM

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