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The Guadalupe River

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Created on 03 February 2011
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The Guadalupe River in Santa Clara Valley is thought of as one that overflows during rains, floods towns and cities and causes damage.

While designing development works along the river, the Santa Clara Valley Water District tries to remind people that the river's rich legacy is an important part of the valley's history and culture.

More info: valleywater.org
Produced by: Santa Clara Valley Water District
Year: 2010
Language: English



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