The Tuolumne River was swollen in January after Turlock Irrigation District released nearly 1,100 cfs to keep Don Pedro Reservoir from getting too full. What if we could capture a portion of that excess water?
The Tuolumne River was swollen in January after Turlock Irrigation District released nearly 1,100 cfs to keep Don Pedro Reservoir from getting too full. What if we could capture a portion of that excess water? Deke Farrow jfarrow@modbee.com
The Tuolumne River was swollen in January after Turlock Irrigation District released nearly 1,100 cfs to keep Don Pedro Reservoir from getting too full. What if we could capture a portion of that excess water? Deke Farrow jfarrow@modbee.com

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