Water officials in California release water from Lake Oroville via the Oroville Dam spillway on March 18, 2023, to make room for more rain and snow melt. The release started March 10. (Video: Kathryn Reed)
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You have to love the California value for water. They happily dump excess resevoir water not needed in the season but during dry times greedily drain the Colorado River to grow almonds and lettuce creating a huge deficit for Nevada, Arizona and Mexico. Thanks to outdated agreements from well before the precip cycles were understood the lions share of storage was allocated for California. The federal government needs to ìntervene in Californias wasteful use and force them to develop deep tunnels to store that Oroville and other places spilling potable into the ocean. It’s absurd what they do with water in California!