Houseboats sit in the lowered waters of Lake Oroville in October 2014. The reservoir, the largest in the State Water Project, is at 51 percent of capacity.
Houseboats sit in the lowered waters of Lake Oroville in October 2014. The reservoir, the largest in the State Water Project, is at 51 percent of capacity. Rich Pedroncelli AP
Houseboats sit in the lowered waters of Lake Oroville in October 2014. The reservoir, the largest in the State Water Project, is at 51 percent of capacity. Rich Pedroncelli AP

California increases water allocation to farms, cities

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