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Rainbow Millard Creek Waterfall

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Especially powerful is Millard Creek waterfall after heavy rainfall, on sunny days it often creates a wonderful rainbow.

One of the stops we plan on my wildlife scenery photo tour is Millard Creek waterfall in Knight Inlet. It always depends on time and conditions but when we able to visit on a sunny day we often get awarded with beautiful rainbow around the waterfall….


Source: Natural Resources Library

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Blog: Putting the floodplain back into farming

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Before it was settled by European immigrants, California’s Central Valley was a vast floodplain. Every winter it would fill with shallow water from swollen rivers, and this water would slowly trickle into underground aquifers. This seemed anathema to farming.

Source: California Water News feed

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Blog: How reliable are Silicon Valley water sources?

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Tucked in the woods off Cañada Road in Redwood City is an unusual part of California’s water system. The Pulgas Water Temple is a Beaux Arts style pavilion with fluted columns that pay homage to ancient Rome. … The temple marks the terminus of the aqueduct that stretches more than 160 miles (255km) from the Sierra Nevada to San Mateo County.

Source: California Water News feed

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