Twenty million gallons of pure groundwater bubble up from McAllister Springs, part of a series of hundreds of springs in the area, to create Olympia’s watershed at McAllister Springs Lake. The intake and pump house that has provided the city’s water supply since 1947 will be replaced with newly drilled wells about a mile away.
Twenty million gallons of pure groundwater bubble up from McAllister Springs, part of a series of hundreds of springs in the area, to create Olympia’s watershed at McAllister Springs Lake. The intake and pump house that has provided the city’s water supply since 1947 will be replaced with newly drilled wells about a mile away. Tony Overman The Olympian
Twenty million gallons of pure groundwater bubble up from McAllister Springs, part of a series of hundreds of springs in the area, to create Olympia’s watershed at McAllister Springs Lake. The intake and pump house that has provided the city’s water supply since 1947 will be replaced with newly drilled wells about a mile away. Tony Overman The Olympian

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