Water districts announce agreement on river flows


Issue Date: March 25, 2015

Agreement among two Central California water agencies and federal officials has tentatively been reached regarding water flow on the Stanislaus River. The agencies said Monday the tentative agreement represents a "balanced approach" to meeting the needs of agriculture, fish, power generation, municipal supply, recreation and storage in the watershed.

Please log in to see this story.
Full online content is available to Farm Bureau agricultural or collegiate members.