The Big Goal

The Icicle Strategy aims to achieve a minimum flow rate of 100 cubic feet per second (CFS) in Icicle Creek during normal years and 60 CFS during drought years to meet the water needs of various users, including fish, wildlife, and habitat restoration. To reach this goal, the group focuses on three main strategies: water conservation, storage in reservoirs, and habitat restoration, with a long-term goal of achieving a 250 CFS minimum flow rate.

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