The Yolo Causeway, heading west toward Davis, is surrounded by water in the Yolo Bypass. Creating more such floodplains in the San Joaquin Valley might recharge drought-shriveled aquifers while allowing less reliance on dams.
The Yolo Causeway, heading west toward Davis, is surrounded by water in the Yolo Bypass. Creating more such floodplains in the San Joaquin Valley might recharge drought-shriveled aquifers while allowing less reliance on dams. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
The Yolo Causeway, heading west toward Davis, is surrounded by water in the Yolo Bypass. Creating more such floodplains in the San Joaquin Valley might recharge drought-shriveled aquifers while allowing less reliance on dams. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

After Oroville, a flood policy for both deluge and drought

March 03, 2017 03:25 PM

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