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EARLY IN the morning, Fifteenmile Creek is as reflective as a mirror. District 3 Watermaster Robert Wood visits a gauging station just below the junction of Fifteen and Eightmile creeks at least three times each week during the summer. Much of the flow data is collected and transmitted automatically.

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EARLY IN the morning, Fifteenmile Creek is as reflective as a mirror. District 3 Watermaster Robert Wood visits a gauging station just below the junction of Fifteen and Eightmile creeks at least three times each week during the summer. Much of the flow data is collected and transmitted automatically.



The Fifteenmile Creek Watershed Council has been recognized by state and federal agencies for innovative work to protect threatened fish runs as well as the water rights of farmers and ranchers...

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