Application Number: A014665
License Number: 005639
Date Submitted: 2011-05-04
Compliance with License Terms and Conditions
The project has been abandoned and I request revocation of my water right license No
I have reviewed my water right license Yes
I am complying with all terms and conditions Yes
Description of noncompliance with terms and conditions
Intake location has been changed
Description of intake location changes
Type of use has changed
Description of type of use changes
Place of use has changed
Description of place of use changes
Purpose of Use
Irrigation 1220 Acres Grains (Wheat, Oat, Corn)
Month Amount directly diverted or
collected to storage
Amount used
January 0 0
February 0 0
March 0 0
April 0 0
May 429 428
June 842 842
July 828 828
August 1152 1152
September    484 484
October 0 0
November 0 0
December 0 0
Total 3735 3734
Month Maximum Rate of Diversion
Reservoir name Spilled this year Feet below spillway at maximum storage Completely emptied Feet below spillway at minimum storage Method used to measure water level
Conservation of Water
Are you now employing water conservation efforts? Yes
Description of water conservation efforts The District maximizes the beneficial use of water through implementation of numerous water conservation efforts including, but not limited to, recirculation of drain water, automated water level control structures, variable frequency drives at pumping facilities, irrigation scheduling techniques and technologies, weed management programs, and educational tools for District staff and its landowners. In addition, the District┐s landowners have implemented numerous water conservation efforts including, but not limited to, land leveling, irrigation scheduling techniques and technologies, installation of drip irrigation systems, varietal changes, drainage improvements, reduced spill from rice fields, and minimum tillage techniques. The District and its landowners participated in a water transfer program which involved the temporary idling of approximately 1866 acres within the District. This program resulted in a consumptive use savings of approximately 6159 acre-feet. The actual reduction in diversion resulting from the 2010 cropland idling program are estimated to be approximately 16,420 acre-feet. The total quantity of water conserved by the District each year is variable and depends upon numerous factors including, but not limited to, climatic conditions, hydrologic conditions, District operational practices, and on-farm operational practices. Differentiating and measuring or quantifying conserved water for some efforts is difficult, and in some cases, not possible or feasible due to the complexity of the multiple variables involved. The District will continue to implement the best available and locally feasible conservation methods to improve their irrigation delivery system and water use efficiency. Water use made under this license is in itself conservation as this reuse of water results in a direct reduction in diversions from the Feather River.
Amount of water conserved 0 Acre-Feet
Water Quality and Wastewater Reclamation
During the period covered by this Report, did you use reclaimed water from a wastewater treatment facility, water from a desalination facility, or water polluted by waste to a degree which unreasonably affects the water for other beneficial uses? No
Amount of reclaimed, desalinated, or polluted water used
Conjuctive Use of Groundwater and Surface Water
During the period covered by this Report, were you using groundwater in lieu of available surface water authorized under your license? Yes
Amounts of groundwater used 0 Acre-Feet
Additional Remarks
The District participated in a groundwater substitution program in which approximately 2870 acre-feet of water was pumped in order to make surface water available.
File Name Size
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Contact Information of the Person Submitting the Form
First Name Lynn
Last Name Phillips
Relation to Water Right Authorized Official
Has read the form and agrees the information in the report is true to the best of his/her knowledge and belief Yes