Governor Edmund G Brown Coastal Branch California Aqueduct

Kern County, California.

Governor Edmund G Brown Coastal Branch California Aqueduct ends in Avenal, California.

515 feet (157 meters)

100.60 miles long (161.90 kilometers)

130628.08 miles (210225.59 sq kilometers)

About The Governor Edmund G Brown Coastal Branch California Aqueduct

Governor Edmund G Brown Coastal Branch California Aqueduct is a Canal located in Kern County, CA. Starting in the Governor Edmund G Brown Coastal Branch California Aqueduct flows 100.6 miles. The Governor Edmund G Brown Coastal Branch California Aqueduct has an elevation of 515 feet. Find maps, fishing guides and recreation info at Guidesly.

 

About Governor Edmund G Brown Coastal Branch California Aqueduct, CA

Governor Edmund G Brown Coastal Branch California, or simply California Aqueduct, is an inverted trapezoid-shaped water-conveyance system that transports water from the Clifton Court Forebay in Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta down to its three branches towards Southern California and San Joaquin Valley. It ends at the Castaic Lake in Santa Barbara County in its West Branch, with Silverwood Lake in San Bernardino County in its East Branch, and Lake Cachuma in its Coastal Branch. This principal feature of the California State Water Project runs 444 miles long and is one of the longest aqueduct systems in the world.

The aqueduct serves approximately 35 million people and an additional 5.7 million acres of farmland.