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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 ... read more

Five years since the poisoning of Flint’s water supply: Part two

At the same time, the state utilized the emergency manager dictatorship to compel Flint to take on new debt to finance the construction of the KWA pipeline and sever its 50-year relationship with the ... read more

Nominees sought for Waterman of the Year Award

“Also, they take care of the bay. They spend a lot of time taking ... out on the water; teach the next generation the ways or history of the water; and live in the Chesapeake Bay watershed area. The ... read more

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California water below average in season's first snow survey

WHILE NOT TOO FAR BELOW, DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES MEASURING THE SNOWPACK’S VALUE. OF THE MORE THAN 260 AUTOMATIC AND MANUAL SNOW SURVEY SIT STATEWIDE. THE PHILLIPS LOCATION OFF HIGHWAY 50 IN EL ... read more


State parks standstill: Why California hasn’t opened a new state park in 10 years

In 2017 and 2018, the state parks department did not add a single acre of land, for the first time in at least half a century. California has not opened ... told his finance department not to take any ... read more

Hunter Thompson Ran for Sheriff on a 'Free Weed' Platform | Leafly

Santa Cruz, California is a small town about 70 miles south of San Francisco best known for its killer cold-water surf break ... Collections department at UCSC’s McHenry Library hosts a new archive of ... read more

Feds announce initial Central Valley Project water allocation. Westlands isn’t pleased

While there has been a lot of rain and snow this winter, Bureau of Reclamation Mid-Pacific Region Director Ernest Conant said the bureau must “act conservatively at this time ... the California ... read more

Yuba Water Agency prepares for changes in river’s flow

State water regulators announced plans earlier this week to implement unimpaired flow requirements along the San Joaquin River, unless water users can establish voluntary ... agreement set up but it ... read more

Sonoma County explores fees to pay for new groundwater management plan

When you follow a story, the next time ... California law intended to safeguard the previously unregulated water supply. Those new agencies in the Santa Rosa Plain, the Sonoma Valley and the Petaluma ... read more

A massive aquifer lies beneath the Mojave Desert. Could it help solve California’s water problem?

“They have tried unsuccessfully for years to take this water and move it to market. Now the threat has taken a new shape given ... is imported at a time when the threat of earthquakes to the aqueducts ... read more

Wet And Wild With Alkaline Water

Alkaline Water ... take advantage of this trend. The firm has shown its ability to grow in the past, and has consistently proved that they can execute their strategy as evidenced by the stream of new ... read more

In California water crisis, desert is latest battleground

“They have tried unsuccessfully for years to take this water and move it to market. Now the threat has taken a new shape given ... is imported at a time when the threat of earthquakes to the aqueducts ... read more



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