Figure 33. Filter pressure measured in pounds per square inch (psi) for the month of July.
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Thank you to support from
Larry and Renee Caudle, Erica Bland, Brandon Long, Aaron Hargrove, Phil Guthrie, and Bob Gix.
Bonneville Environmental Foundation
Cascadia Conservation District
Fresh Pear Committee