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    The Notebook file cabinet

    file cabinetFiles of information and resources on important topics.

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      Delta and Statewide Planning Processes

      Currently, there are three major planning processes focused exclusively on the Delta, two broader statewide plans, and multitudes of smaller plans and programs that affect the Delta in some way.  Some plans are in the implementation stage while others are still in the planning stages. What are all these different plans and processes? This page …

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        Levee FEMA 100 year

        Levees

        Levees This page is currently under development, but feel free to look around! The Delta could not exist in its current form without its levees.  These levees protect the 70+ islands and over 700,000 acres that are at or below sea level and provide for a network of channels that direct the movement of water …

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          Sacramento Valley agriculture Apr 2013 #7

          Groundwater

          Coming soon, everything you need to know about groundwater. 479 total views, 6 views today Be Sociable, Share!

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            California water infrastructure, by Department of Water Resources

            California’s Water Infrastructure Systems

            Where does California’s water come from? Most of us remember learning the water cycle, and so can understand easily enough that it’s the rain and snow that is the ultimate source of our water supply.  But what most Californians might not realize is vast the state’s water infrastructure is that irrigates the farmland and delivers …

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