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San Joaquin River restoration projects have been the focus of controversy since the early days of California.  Millions of people depend on those projects for a safe, healthy and affordable food supply, jobs, recreation, power generation and flood control.  This video explores the history of water development in California and how decisions made in the 19th Century and beyond played a role in the water system we have today.


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