Cachuma, Gibraltar reservoirs rise from rain; Twitchell continues drop – Lompoc Record


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Cachuma, Gibraltar reservoirs rise from rain; Twitchell continues drop
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An acre-foot is about 326,000 gallons, or enough to meet the average yearly water needs of about six people in most urban settings. Gibraltar Reservoir, which feeds water into Cachuma Lake via the Santa Ynez River, as of Monday was holding 2,030 acre

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Cachuma, Gibraltar reservoirs rise from rain; Twitchell continues drop – Lompoc Record


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Cachuma, Gibraltar reservoirs rise from rain; Twitchell continues drop
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An acre-foot is about 326,000 gallons, or enough to meet the average yearly water needs of about six people in most urban settings. Gibraltar Reservoir, which feeds water into Cachuma Lake via the Santa Ynez River, as of Monday was holding 2,030 acre

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Cachuma, Gibraltar reservoirs rise from rain; Twitchell continues drop – Lompoc Record


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Cachuma, Gibraltar reservoirs rise from rain; Twitchell continues drop
Lompoc Record
An acre-foot is about 326,000 gallons, or enough to meet the average yearly water needs of about six people in most urban settings. Gibraltar Reservoir, which feeds water into Cachuma Lake via the Santa Ynez River, as of Monday was holding 2,030 acre

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Cachuma, Gibraltar reservoirs rise from rain; Twitchell continues drop – Lompoc Record


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Cachuma, Gibraltar reservoirs rise from rain; Twitchell continues drop
Lompoc Record
An acre-foot is about 326,000 gallons, or enough to meet the average yearly water needs of about six people in most urban settings. Gibraltar Reservoir, which feeds water into Cachuma Lake via the Santa Ynez River, as of Monday was holding 2,030 acre

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