The Salmon Falls Bridge, normally at the bottom of Folsom Lake, CA. Since the construction of Folsom Dam in the (which created Folsom Lake) Salmon Falls is typically immersed in water. Record low lake levels have again brought it to light.
Rose and Rock Springs marked on many old maps are still visible today when Folsom Lake recedes during drought. Rose Spring has created a beautiful wetland.
Use a bucket for water you use waiting for shower to get hot and water your plants with it so the water isn't wasted.. Every bit we all do will help. Go look at Folsom Lake and read on the website about all our lake levels and that will be a real eye opener. Please, save water!!!
An Epic Year for Climate Change and Other Weather-Related Disasters - CityLab A comparison of water levels at Folsom Lake near Sacramento in 2011 and courtesy of the California Department of Water Resources.
Thanks El Niño! 44-foot rise of Folsom Lake offers hope for California's worst ever drought