Lake Elsinore Project


Bill Cox President of Water for Lake Elsinore Association, joins Mathew Yax, Director and Verne L. Cameron, pioneer Primary Water Locator, in appraising Cameron's 1952 lake develpment plan.

An extended drought from 1947 - 1957 left a wind-blown, dusty, dry lake bed. Bill Cox President of Water for Lake Elsinore Association, joins Mathew Yax, Director and Verne L. Cameron, pioneer Primary Water Locator, in appraising Cameron's 1952 lake develpment plan.
Well tested a consistent flow of 5,500 gallons per minute from a deep seated Primary Water source.

The first Lake Elsinore Well tested a consistent flow of 5,500 gallons per minute from a deep seated Primary Water source. Two nearby wells flowing in excess of 2000 gpm, along with limited rainfall and flood runoff, combined to produce a stabilized lake approximately 3 miles long and 1 1/2 miles wide
Lake Elsinore was fully restored due to the innovative work and skill of Verne Cameron and Bill Cox.

Lake Elsinore was fully restored due to the innovative work and skill of Verne Cameron and Bill Cox.

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