Effort succeeds using drain water to grow forage
In the early 1980s, farmland tile water contributed to high concentrations of selenium in the 370,000-acre Grasslands watershed—a system of farms and wetlands along the west side of the San Joaquin River. Carrying selenium, boron and salts, the water posed a serious threat to farming and to wildlife.
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