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Month: April 2017

Be Aware of High Flows on the Trinity River

Be Aware of High Flows on the Trinity River

Day by day flow increases are below along with an article from the Trinity Journal with specifics about precautions we need to take if we live by or visit the river.   The flows will top out on Wednesday, April 26 at 11,000 cubic feet per second. Date                Time         From (cfs)     To (cfs)  04/22/2017      1600            400               500 04/22/2017      1800            500…

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Public meeting Tuesday on Trinity River flow, gravel

Public meeting Tuesday on Trinity River flow, gravel

From the Trinity Journal – www.trinityjournal.com The Trinity River Restoration Program will host a public informational meeting to present the recommended 2017 spring restoration flow releases from Lewiston Dam and gravel augmentation plans. The meeting will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 11, at the restoration program office at 1313 S. Main St. in the Tops shopping center in Weaverville. Restoration program staff will be available to answer questions on the presentations.  The TRRP was established to…

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River Flows To Increase for Trinity Lake storage purposes

River Flows To Increase for Trinity Lake storage purposes

The federal Bureau of Reclamation plans to increase the release of water from Lewiston Dam to the Trinity River starting this Wednesday, April 5. The releases are for Trinity Lake storage management purposes. The release will begin increasing up from 300 cfs at 2 a.m. Wednesday, reaching 1,500 cfs at 2 p.m. Date                Time         From (cfs)     To (cfs) 04/05/2017      0200           300              400 04/05/2017      0400  …

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