The federal Delta-Mendota Canal flows under Howard road near Westley, Calif., on Wednesday, (04-12-17). The canal is owned by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, which on Tuesday restored full water deliveries to the last of the irrigation districts that had been cut back because of drought and fish protections.
The federal Delta-Mendota Canal flows under Howard road near Westley, Calif., on Wednesday, (04-12-17). The canal is owned by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, which on Tuesday restored full water deliveries to the last of the irrigation districts that had been cut back because of drought and fish protections. John Holland jholland@Modbee.com
The federal Delta-Mendota Canal flows under Howard road near Westley, Calif., on Wednesday, (04-12-17). The canal is owned by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, which on Tuesday restored full water deliveries to the last of the irrigation districts that had been cut back because of drought and fish protections. John Holland jholland@Modbee.com

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