The District is in the process of acquiring a 160-acre parcel (APN #338-140-001) immediately south of the existing Turnipseed Basin to provide for sustainable management of surface and groundwater. The proposed project is located in southwest Tulare County, northeast of the City of Delano.
The Proposed Project includes several phases of construction, including equipment mobilization, earthwork for excavation of recharge/regulation basins and construction of basin perimeter berms of no greater than six feet in external height. Project components could include ponds/cells within the basin separated by levees, performance testing, and demobilization.
See NOC for full details.
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