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The Sierra Water Workgroup Summit June 2013 Lahontan Regional Water Board. Outline. Overview of the Lahontan Region Mission of the Water Boards Water Board policies to address Sierra agriculture and water quality impacts. Lahontan Region. 600 miles long 33,131 square miles

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The sierra water workgroup summit june 2013 lahontan regional water board

The Sierra Water Workgroup Summit June 2013Lahontan Regional Water Board


Outline

Outline

  • Overview of the Lahontan Region

  • Mission of the Water Boards

  • Water Board policies to address Sierra agriculture and water quality impacts


Lahontan region

LahontanRegion

  • 600 miles long

  • 33,131 square

    miles

  • larger than the

    State of Maine


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LahontanRegion

  • About 24% of the landmass of CA

  • < 2% of population

  • Primarily surface water in north basin and groundwater in south basin


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LahontanRegion

Death Valley –282 ft.

Mt. Whitney 14,494 ft.


Water resources

Water Resources

  • 700+ lakes

  • 3,000+ miles

    of streams

  • 1,500+ sq miles of groundwater basins

  • 2 ONRWs

    Mono Lake and Lake Tahoe

  • 15 major watersheds


Mission of state and regional water boards

Mission of State and Regional Water Boards

“… preserve, enhance and restore the quality of California’s water resources, and ensure their proper allocation and efficient use for the benefit of present and future generations.”


Water board policies to address sierra agriculture and water quality impacts

Water Board policies to address Sierra agriculture and water quality impacts

  • Timber Harvest

  • Grazing


Timber waiver

Timber Waiver

  • Conditional

  • Covers timber harvest or vegetation management

  • Only applies to Lahontan Region


Bridgeport grazing waiver

Bridgeport Grazing Waiver

  • Conditional

  • Applies to grazing operations on private lands in the Bridgeport Hydrologic Area

  • Water Board tool to address fecal coliform water quality problem


1 million grant opportunity

$1 Million Grant Opportunity

  • First come, first served

  • Grazing Management Practice Implementation and Assessment on private lands in the Lahontan Region


Questions comments

Questions/Comments?

  • Douglas Cushman

    [email protected]

    (530) 542-5417


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