CSPA Follows up at State Water Board on Economics, Fisheries and Water Deliveries

February 26, 2015 – In a supplementary filing to the State Water Board, CSPA submitted supporting information in opposition to weakening Delta flow and water quality standards as requested by the Department of Water Resources and the Bureau of Reclamation on January 27.  CSPA submitted records showing increases in San Joaquin Valley farm production and income even during times of drought.

In addition to the comments CSPA also submitted one letter rebutting claims by DWR and the Bureau that reduced standards won’t harm fish, and a second letter showing how water that is supposed to be saved by reducing Delta standards can easily benefit irrigation deliveries without improving any conditions for fish. Read more in the documents, shared below:

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