Great pics and info.
My lake, Lake Don Pedro in Ca., is terribly low this year for the 2nd year in a row. Not enuf snow pack to get it up to normal. Our lake is used for irrigation to the central valley of California. This area provides fruits, nuts and veggies to a lot of the US. The other lake near us, McClure is so low that it looks like the river it once was. That lake is also used for irrigation for the south Central Valley. If there is no water in the lake, there will be no water for irrigation, therefore there will be no water for crops and very little food will come out of the central valley this summer. My advice? Plant a garden!
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