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Grants, Federal Federal Grant opportunities. This site gives grantors a means to post solicitations for grants. It also gives applicants a single site for obtaining these solicitations
Grassland Bypass Project Grassland Bypass Project The Project prevents discharge of subsurface agricultural drainage water into wildlife refuges and wetlands in central California . The drainage water is conveyed instead through a segment of the San Luis Drain to Mud Slough, a tributary of the San Joaquin River . The Project improves water quality in the wildlife refuges and wetlands, sustains the productivity of 97,000 acres of farmland, and fosters cooperation between area farmers and regulatory agencies in drainage management reduction of selenium and salt loading. The Project is operated by the Bureau of Reclamation and the San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water Authority (Authority).

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April 5, 2012

Non-interactive MP Region map relative to the rest of the Western USA States