Founded in 1948, the North San Joaquin Water Conservation District covers 150,000 acres on both sides of the Mokelumne River east of Lodi, including over 70,000 acres of productive farmland. Our mission is groundwater management through conjunctive use of groundwater and surface water. If interested, you are invited to attend one of our scheduled monthly meetings. For more information, download our latest Newsletter.
- Groundwater Charge Information Resources
East San Joaquin Water Resources Model Report August 2018
Complete East San Joaquin Subbasin Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP) 2019
* NEWS * – Landowner Appeal Form – “Deadline Extended – Appeal Must be Received by 12PM, July 1st 2022 … NO EXCEPTIONS”.
2021 GSP Annual Report
- Voluntary Settlement Agreement
Web site – www.mid.org/lastdrop
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