A view of Lake McClure from the New Exchequer Dam in Snelling in February 2015. The State Water Resources Control Board’s proposal to help fish populations by increasing water flows down the Merced River would hurt the local ag industry, according to a new report done for the Merced Irrigation District.
A view of Lake McClure from the New Exchequer Dam in Snelling in February 2015. The State Water Resources Control Board’s proposal to help fish populations by increasing water flows down the Merced River would hurt the local ag industry, according to a new report done for the Merced Irrigation District. Andrew Kuhn Merced Sun-Star file
A view of Lake McClure from the New Exchequer Dam in Snelling in February 2015. The State Water Resources Control Board’s proposal to help fish populations by increasing water flows down the Merced River would hurt the local ag industry, according to a new report done for the Merced Irrigation District. Andrew Kuhn Merced Sun-Star file

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