The Turlock Irrigation District allows a farmer to pump thousands of gallons of groundwater per minute into a TID canal near the district's Taylor Substation off Taylor Road in Denair. A meter measures the water and the farmer takes an equal amount for crops downstream. But shallower wells of several nearby ranchettes have gone dry.
The Turlock Irrigation District allows a farmer to pump thousands of gallons of groundwater per minute into a TID canal near the district's Taylor Substation off Taylor Road in Denair. A meter measures the water and the farmer takes an equal amount for crops downstream. But shallower wells of several nearby ranchettes have gone dry. The Modesto Bee
The Turlock Irrigation District allows a farmer to pump thousands of gallons of groundwater per minute into a TID canal near the district's Taylor Substation off Taylor Road in Denair. A meter measures the water and the farmer takes an equal amount for crops downstream. But shallower wells of several nearby ranchettes have gone dry. The Modesto Bee

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