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    Aerial View Lake Piru and Santa Felicia Dam
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    Row Crops Irrigated by Groundwater in the Piru Basin
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    Santa Felicia Dam Fish Flow Release
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    Lemon Trees Irrigated by Local Groundwater
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    Boating on Lake Piru
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    Agriculture Irrigation Well at Saticoy Spreading Grounds
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    Freeman Diversion Dam following rare heavy rain in 2008
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    Saticoy desilting basin following a January 2019 rainfall

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welcome United Water Conservation District

United Water Conservation District works to manage, protect, conserve and enhance the region's water supply. Through careful monitoring and management, United maintains the water resources of the Santa Clara River, its tributaries and associated aquifers, in an environmentally balanced manner.

In an average year, United is able to recharge area aquifers with nearly 100,000 acre feet of water. This represents enough water to provide for close to 200,000 families for one year.

Millennials are the largest generation to enter the workforce in decades and will shape the future of the workplace in the water industry. Learn what generational diversity can bring to a water agency and why it’s important to engage now by watching this special video presentation produced by CV Strategies in partnership with ACWA. UWCD’s General Manager Mauricio E. Guardado, Jr. is featured in this important video presentation.

Online link to video: https://vimeo.com/192553421

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A New Public Water District from CV Strategies on Vimeo.