(Abbrev. CFP) – In hydrologic terms, a unit expressing rates of discharge. One cubic foot per second is equal to the discharge through a rectangular cross section, 1 foot wide by 1 foot deep, flowing at an average velocity of 1 foot per second. It is also approximately 7.48 gallons per second.
The current CFS at LLELA is 131 and dropping.
I got a email from Ken at LLELA that the City of Dallas is
working down stream from LLELA and will turn off the
out flow from Lake Lewisville on or before Saturday….
I got this letter from several of the outdoors groups I
support and am a member in & thought it important enough
to ask for your support as well.
In three days, REI CEO Sally Jewell will be considered by U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources as the next Secretary of the Interior. If you haven’t done so already, I urge you to tell your senators that you support Sally’s nomination. Sally is an excellent choice for this job. She recognizes that our nation’s natural resources support the economy, local communities and the people whose lives depend on having access to quality places in the great outdoors. It is easy to voice your support. Everything you need is on our Take Action page.
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Please submit your letters by the end of TUESDAY, MARCH 5. Thanks in advance for your help. Sincerely, Frank Hugelmeyer President and CEO Outdoor Industry Association
I meet Sally at the Plano REI Grand Opening, and also
several times at the OR show in Utah, she is a genuine
person, who has had success in both business and the
outdoors and would be likely be the single most important
supporter of outdoor stewardship (read in our values)
we will see in our lifetime to be nominated for this post.
Please consider supporting her, and act on that today!
We put our heads together and came up with a plan….
We called Richard and Julie and said Hey Let’s clean up the Elm Fork near this park in Irving Texas and do you know what he said…… He said… 1st Mike I called you… and 2nd.. What a great idea!!!!!!! So you guessed it we did
The 1st 2013 Keep Irving Beautiful this year at the park…
We had a few brave souls that said “ha” to the wind and “ha” to the cold and “ha” to the litter bugs too….
So we got geared up, be grabbed a shuttle and we hit the
River……Special Thanks to REI Dallas we used the river
launch area they did as a service project some years back
And it’s still here serving the paddling community for years