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Links 1 through 10 of 86 by Bruce Thomas tagged California-Delta

Guide to the best trails and hiking areas in Solano County.

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Local information. People, places & things in Elk Grove, California, USA.

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Details on hundreds of federal, state, local, and private agency sites located on the Sacramento River.

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Regional water, watersheds and the water/land use connection. Highlights water and land use planning topics, issues, ideas and information that relate to planning and management of our water supplies in the San Francisco Bay Region.

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Increased diversion of water from the Trinity River is proposed to make up for mismanagement of water resources in the Sacramento River, California Delta and the selenium-poisoned San Joaquin Valley.

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DFF has outings and educational programs to teach anglers the techniques of fly fishing, fly tying, fishing ethics, conservation of streams and lakes and reporting issues which threaten our local waters.

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It is foolish to destroy the California Delta and export our precious water resources to perpetuate the highly-polluting agriculture of the western San Joaquin valley.

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Irrigation of selenium-poisoned toxic soils in southern California is an absurd waste of our precious fresh water resources and an environmental disaster that should no longer be permitted.

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The state should buy up the irrigated farmland on the west side of the San Joaquin Valley. That land is laden with poisonous selenium; the more it's irrigated , the more the tainted runoff pollutes the environment.

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