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For California water managers, establishing new traditions takes time

The California Water Commission sent ripples through the water world recently when it gave tepid “public benefit” scores to 11 water storage projects vying for taxpayer funding. Project proponents wer... read more

California’s ‘dry farmers’ grow crops without irrigation

Today, many of the state’s water basins — particularly in the Central Valley, the state’s agricultural hub — are so overdrawn that they’re unable to replenish themselves. California’s 2014 Sustainable ... read more

Why Recyclable Single-Use Water Bottles + Other Plastics Are A Plague on Our Planet

Roland Geyer, professor at the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management at the University of California ... water bottles a year. Recycling reduces the prevalence of plastics in our environ... read more

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John Boss takes Robotic problem solving to the next level

For a young man of 25, John Boss has gone a long way in establishing a name ... works in Denver for Trimble, a California-based, $5 billion company for which he is an engineering product manager in ch... read more


Our View: Farewell Onyx, and thank you for your service

In the wake of the botched Green New Deal proposal was California ... take time, and even if progressives are convinced they’ll win in the end, in 2019 they’re overplaying their hand. Conor Sen is a B... read more

A pipeline of undocumented workers for Donald Trump ran from Costa Rica to N.J.: 'My whole town practically lived there'

Angulo learned to drive backhoes and bulldozers, carving water hazards and tee boxes out of ... use a private vendor to screen new applicants. At this time of year, Mexican traditions are on colorful ... read more

Sharing the shortage

Acequias have a centuries-old history of sharing ... new, more creative collaborations. “It’s really important that we nurture those and pursue them,” Fleck says, noting that climate change and contin... read more

The debate over Cuomo's marijuana law takes shape

Eric (not his real name) is a tattooed former restaurant manager ... a new liver-allocation policy, scheduled to take effect April 1, that eliminates existing geographic areas for distribution. A laws... read more

GRAYL® Appoints Kate Delhagen As New Chairwoman Of Board Of Directors

He will remain an active board member while splitting his time as a newly-elected congressman for the 48 [th] District in California and ... Reference Capital Management About GRAYL Seattle-based GRAY... read more

Berkeley Lab Aims for Big Breakthroughs in Water Technology

Recognizing that the issues of water and energy are critically interdependent, the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) is launching a new research ... at an imp... read more

Senate Race: Ajimobi is best choice for Oyo South

Of course, this isn’t his first time; he wasn’t a bench warmer there ... many other groups and individuals have asked the governor to take another shot at the Senate in the best interest ... read more

How Growing More Weed Can Help California Fix Its Water Problems

It’s also why some people—not all—take ... a new era of responsible water management—ensuring that the state’s natural resources are protected while fueling what will likely be California’s biggest in... read more



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