Modesto, Turlock irrigation districts aren’t studying climate change

Those in charge of the Tuolumne River, the lifeblood of much of Stanislaus County, feel like they're under siege.

The Modesto and Turlock irrigation districts seem in constant crisis mode, trying to protect precious water rights from threats by state and federal agencies, by Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta interests and by fish advocates.

"Everyone wants our water," said Michael Frantz, TID board chairman. "We're always looking over our shoulder. It's scary."

Read more here: http://www.modbee.com/2013/02/16/2582261/modesto-turlock-irrigation-districts.html


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