Portions of the two largest north-south water delivery systems in California run side-by-side near Patterson, Stanislaus County. In the foreground is the Edmund G. Brown California Aquaduct (State Water Project) and behind it is the Delta-Mendota Canal, part of the (Federal) Central Valley Project.
Portions of the two largest north-south water delivery systems in California run side-by-side near Patterson, Stanislaus County. In the foreground is the Edmund G. Brown California Aquaduct (State Water Project) and behind it is the Delta-Mendota Canal, part of the (Federal) Central Valley Project. Dick Schmidt Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Portions of the two largest north-south water delivery systems in California run side-by-side near Patterson, Stanislaus County. In the foreground is the Edmund G. Brown California Aquaduct (State Water Project) and behind it is the Delta-Mendota Canal, part of the (Federal) Central Valley Project. Dick Schmidt Sacramento Bee Staff Photo

State Water Project customers will get bigger allocation due to winter’s wet start

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