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Science activity 2717

California Rice Commission (CRC) Surface Water Monitoring

Description / purpose

The efforts began under the RPP and, beginning in 2004, included activities under the Conditional Waiver for Rice (CWFR) under the ILRP. The CWFR expired at the end of 2014, and in 2015 the Rice Waste Discharge Requirements (Rice WDR) takes effect. The CRC implements water quality monitoring and reporting activities in compliance with the following two programs of the CVRWQCB: -CVRWQCB Order No. R5-2014-0032, Waste Discharge Requirements General Order for Sacramento Valley Rice Growers, and associated Monitoring and Reporting Program (MRP) Order R5-2014-0032 -Rice Pesticides Program (RPP), pursuant to the Conditional Prohibition of Discharge requirements specified in the Water Quality Control Plan for the Sacramento and San Joaquin River Basins (Basin Plan; Resolution R5-2010-9001)

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Type Title Description Impact
Link CA Rice Submittals & Reviews Website Central Valley Water Board adopted Waste Discharg 13 views
Link CA Rice QAPP Rice Quality Assurance Project Plan 7 views

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  • Subbasin Subbasin

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