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Our Forum sample topic: The Endangered Species Act protects steelhead trout, chubby girl beach small population of which are attempting a recovery in the Stanislaus River, which flows out of the Sierra Nevada Mountains into Modesto, in the San Joaquin Valley. So earlier this week a federal fisheries agency-its unclear which one, and there are several-told the California branch of the Bureau of Reclamation (another water agency) that the fish needed more water to get out to the Pacific. The bureau in turn passed the order to the South San Joaquin Irrigation District, telling them to let a pulse of water through the dam on the Stanislaus. But upon receipt, Jeff Shields, the manager of SSJID went rogue Whose water will be released down the Stanislaus River to satisfy the second pulse flow. Not his, in other words. It was the second such order in chubby girl beach past three weeks. The SSJID complied with the first. According to the Manteca Bulletin, a local paper that has been covering the standoff, this flushed out 15,000 acre feet of water and 23 steelhead trout. But this latest order, which would reportedly use another 12,000 acre feet to save only six fish, was too much for Shields. (Fisheries agencies havent yet confirmed that count. )So Lewis said no to the Bureau, and then secured legal counsel. We tried to work with the Bureau for the last several years. Weve sent dozens of letters and ideas about how to manage the river more prudently and other issues that we felt needed to be addressed because they were affecting our water, Shields told the Manteca Bulletin. I understand that theyre busy and they have a river that they have to manage and water that they have to take care of, but were busy as well-we have water that we have to manage and people that we have to look out for as well. According to Shields, this water is better used on human interests, like agriculture and homes.