Water flows down a canal operated by the Byron-Bethany Irrigation District in 2015. The district was among those that didn’t issue reports to the state under a 2007 law that requires irrigation districts to provide an accounting of how much water they’re delivering to farmers.
Water flows down a canal operated by the Byron-Bethany Irrigation District in 2015. The district was among those that didn’t issue reports to the state under a 2007 law that requires irrigation districts to provide an accounting of how much water they’re delivering to farmers. Rich Pedroncelli Associated Press file
Water flows down a canal operated by the Byron-Bethany Irrigation District in 2015. The district was among those that didn’t issue reports to the state under a 2007 law that requires irrigation districts to provide an accounting of how much water they’re delivering to farmers. Rich Pedroncelli Associated Press file

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