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  • Why Delta pumping to south state has been limited

    For the first time in years, Northern California’s rivers are roaring and its reservoirs are filled almost to the brim. So why isn't more water being pumped to Southern California? The answer involves the ravaged status of three key fish species.

For the first time in years, Northern California’s rivers are roaring and its reservoirs are filled almost to the brim. So why isn't more water being pumped to Southern California? The answer involves the ravaged status of three key fish species. Ryan Sabalow The Sacramento Bee
For the first time in years, Northern California’s rivers are roaring and its reservoirs are filled almost to the brim. So why isn't more water being pumped to Southern California? The answer involves the ravaged status of three key fish species. Ryan Sabalow The Sacramento Bee

State’s Delta smelt plan calls for more water flowing to sea

July 12, 2016 9:45 AM

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