From the Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA):
“The Bureau of Reclamation has partially restored the Central Valley Project Friant Division’s water allocation for the second time this month.On Thursday federal officials cited ‘better than expected hydrologic conditions’ so far in June as the reason for increasing Friant Division’s Class 1 water supply allocation from 50% to 55%.”
From the California Department of Water Resources (DWR):
“Disabled and disadvantaged youth will enjoy a day of outdoor adventure June 15 in the first “Catch a Special Thrill” (C.A.S.T.) fishing event held in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. … In California, C.A.S.T. events are regularly held at DWR’s State Water Project reservoirs as well as at the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation’s Central Valley Project reservoirs.”
From the Association of California Water Agencies:
The Bureau of Reclamation announced June 5 that after reviewing “better than expected” recent runoff data from the California Department of Water Resources and the National Weather Service, federal officials planned to partially restore some of Friant Division Water Service Contractors water allocation from the Central Valley Project.