Water from snow melt cascades down the South Fork of the American River near Echo Summit on May 1, 2017. Even though California received huge amounts of snow and rain this winter and spring, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation did not announce its 100% allocation of water to growers south of the Delta until April 11.
Water from snow melt cascades down the South Fork of the American River near Echo Summit on May 1, 2017. Even though California received huge amounts of snow and rain this winter and spring, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation did not announce its 100% allocation of water to growers south of the Delta until April 11. Rich Pedroncelli AP
Water from snow melt cascades down the South Fork of the American River near Echo Summit on May 1, 2017. Even though California received huge amounts of snow and rain this winter and spring, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation did not announce its 100% allocation of water to growers south of the Delta until April 11. Rich Pedroncelli AP

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