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Groundwater Management

Tehama County Water Inventory and Analysis
The purpose of the Water Inventory and Analysis project is to provide: 1) a supplementary tool for water management; 2) a reference and educational tool; and 3) a stepping-stone toward full implementation of Tehama County’s AB3030 Groundwater Management Plan. In a time when water resource reliability is uncertain in many areas of California, the FCWCD is working with local stakeholders toward a common goal of ensuring a reliable future supply by documenting the current status of water use and supply, identifying areas of need, and developing recommendations that will ensure a supply of high quality water into the future. Click to view the Tehama County Water Inventory and Analysis document...

Tehama County Water Inventory and Analysis Supplemental Documents
Figure 3-3: Climatological, Stream Gaging and Water Temperature Stations
Figure 3-3: Gauging Stations Names and Hyperlinks to Data

Groundwater Trigger Levels and Awareness Actions Background
The trigger level process creates an awareness of fluctuations in groundwater conditions within Tehama County over time and develops actions to inform local water users of the conditions and potential management needs in the county. Trigger levels are intended to increase the management role of the District and other cooperating, local agencies and water users if groundwater monitoring shows diminishing trends in groundwater levels, groundwater quality, or evidence of land subsidence. The trigger levels and awareness actions will undergo annual review by the District, the TAC, subbasin advisory committees that may form from this public review process, and the general public to adjust them as more experience is gained from the monitoring of groundwater conditions. Click to view the Groundwater Trigger Level and Awareness Actions Background document...

Antelope Subbasin
The Antelope subbasin is primarily a rural area, with agriculture throughout the area and with a portion of Red Bluff in the western portion of the area. Groundwater is used for agricultural, municipal, and domestic purposes. Click to view the technical memorandum for the Antelope Subbasin...

Bend Subbasin
The Bend subbasin is primarily a rural area, with agriculture in the western end of the subbasin. Groundwater is used for agricultural and domestic purposes. There is one irrigation district, the Bend Water Users Association, in the Bend subbasin. Click to view the technical memorandum for the Bend Subbasin...

Bowman Subbasin
The Bowman subbasin is primarily a rural area, with agriculture throughout the area and new development occurring near I-5. Groundwater is used for agricultural, municipal, and domestic purposes. Click to view the technical memorandum for the Bowman Subbasin...

Corning East Subbasin
The Corning East subbasin is primarily a rural area, with agriculture throughout the area and new development occurring near Corning. Groundwater is used for agricultural, municipal, and domestic purposes. Click to view the technical memorandum for the Corning East Subbasin...

Corning West Subbasin
The Corning West subbasin is primarily a rural area, with agriculture in the eastern portion of the subbasin. Groundwater is used for agricultural and domestic purposes. There are no organized irrigation districts in the Corning West subbasin. Click to view the technical memorandum for the Corning West Subbasin...

Dye Creek Subbasin
The Dye Creek subbasin is primarily a rural area, with agriculture throughout the area. Groundwater is used for agricultural, and domestic purposes. Click to view the technical memorandum for the Dye Creek Subbasin...

Los Molinos Subbasin
The Los Molinos subbasin is primarily a rural area, with agriculture in the western portion and uplands in the western portion of the area. Groundwater is used for agricultural, municipal, and domestic purposes. Click to view the technical memorandum for the Los Molinos Subbasin...

Red Bluff East Subbasin
The Red Bluff East subbasin is primarily a rural area, with agriculture throughout the area and the City of Red Bluff in the north. Groundwater is used for agricultural, municipal, and domestic purposes. Click to view the technical memorandum for the Red Bluff East Subbasin...

Red Bluff West Subbasin
The Red Bluff West subbasin is primarily a rural area, with limited agriculture in the subbasin. Groundwater is used for agricultural and domestic purposes. There are no organized irrigation districts in the Red Bluff West subbasin. Click to view the technical memorandum for the Red Bluff West Subbasin...

Rosewood Subbasin
The Rosewood subbasin is a rural area, with agriculture in the western edge of the subbasin. Groundwater is used for agricultural and domestic purposes. Click to view the technical memorandum for the Rosewood Subbasin...

South Battle Creek Subbasin
The South Battle Creek subbasin is primarily a rural area, with agriculture in the western end of the subbasin. Groundwater is used for agricultural and domestic purposes. There are no organized irrigation districts in the South Battle Creek subbasin. Click to view the technical memorandum for the South Battle Creek Subbasin...

Vina Subbasin
The Vina subbasin is primarily a rural area, with agriculture in northern and western portions of the area. Groundwater is used for agricultural and domestic purposes. Click to view the technical memorandum for the Vina Subbasin...

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