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"used the reservoir to sustain the reservoir". Multiple operations centring on fishery but including crops, trees, and hog raising, have been developed at the reservoir by the management staff and its dependents. They have attained self-sufficiency in grain, cotton, and oilseeds and provided a sizeable net income to the management office. This was done without any increase in staffing by mobilising dependents and some temporary labour, and by making every one into a "jack of all trades".

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