Millerton Lake water released from Friant Dam Feb. 10 into the San Joaquin River. An exceptionally wet winter has allowed the federal Bureau of Reclamation to give many Central Valley Project contractors a full allocation of water for the first time in years.
Millerton Lake water released from Friant Dam Feb. 10 into the San Joaquin River. An exceptionally wet winter has allowed the federal Bureau of Reclamation to give many Central Valley Project contractors a full allocation of water for the first time in years. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
Millerton Lake water released from Friant Dam Feb. 10 into the San Joaquin River. An exceptionally wet winter has allowed the federal Bureau of Reclamation to give many Central Valley Project contractors a full allocation of water for the first time in years. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

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