Water is released at 110 feet per second into the San Joaquin River at Friant Dam according to Michael Wolfe, supervisor of hydro-tech with the Bureau of Reclamaiton Wolfe, Thursday morning, May 15, 2014 near riant, Calif. Wolfe said the release amounted to an increase to 700 cfs along the San Joaquin River in a decision by the Bureau of Reclamation, sending water towards farmers on the west side who have senior water rights.
Water is released at 110 feet per second into the San Joaquin River at Friant Dam according to Michael Wolfe, supervisor of hydro-tech with the Bureau of Reclamaiton Wolfe, Thursday morning, May 15, 2014 near riant, Calif. Wolfe said the release amounted to an increase to 700 cfs along the San Joaquin River in a decision by the Bureau of Reclamation, sending water towards farmers on the west side who have senior water rights. Fresno Bee Staff Photo
Water is released at 110 feet per second into the San Joaquin River at Friant Dam according to Michael Wolfe, supervisor of hydro-tech with the Bureau of Reclamaiton Wolfe, Thursday morning, May 15, 2014 near riant, Calif. Wolfe said the release amounted to an increase to 700 cfs along the San Joaquin River in a decision by the Bureau of Reclamation, sending water towards farmers on the west side who have senior water rights. Fresno Bee Staff Photo

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