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Posted on October 5 at 1:52 p.m.
Walkingthetalk claims that the Land Trust bought it for all. If so, why aren't they releasing the water for all? That's the whole point of the discussion here.
On Hot Springs Plan Remains Stalled
Posted on October 4 at 2:48 p.m.
If fire danger is the concern, it seems that releasing the water is the obvious thing to do. A flowing creek is a a good natural firebreak. Leaving it dry will result in a disaster waiting to happen. Dead and dry vegetation in the creek bed adds to the spread of fire.
Taking it to the next level, release the water, then plant and manage fire-resistant vegetation to be fed by the creek. The return of fish is an added benefit to nature.
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