Steady rainfall in the Bay Area gave an encouraging boost to water supplies, opened coastal streams to spawning salmon and extinguished this year’s wildfire season, but continued wet weather will be needed to saturate grasslands for West Marin’s farmers and ranchers struggling with scarce forage and rising feed prices. 

Marin Water’s reservoirs are at 67 percent capacity . . .

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