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CA wildlife officials: Runoff pond plan needs work

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FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — An evaporation pond proposed for disposing toxic water from farmland in California's Central Valley could harm birds and other species and needs more review, state wildlife officials said Friday. The proposal by the Tulare Lake Drainage District calls for building an 1,800-acre evaporation pond to capture agricultural runoff in the Tulare Basin and dedicating 3.6 acres of...

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