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    Category Archive: Daily Digest

    Oct 31 2014

    Daily Digest: California could face $500 billion in water spending, Prop 1, gray water and more, plus Peter Gleick on the water-energy nexus

    In California water news today, California could face $500 billion in water spending; DWR releases Updated California Water Plan; the next best thing to a transcript of the California Water Plan media call; Jerry Brown pushes water bond as election nears and more Prop 1 stories; For good or bad, grey water systems becoming more …

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    Oct 30 2014

    Daily Digest, early edition: Sac Valley farmers are asked to help the ducks, New Melones ‘pulse flows’ now underway, Why the Delta no longer works for wildlife, the hyacinth cavalry is coming, and more …

    In California water news today, Sacramento Valley farmers are asked to help the ducks, Fish benefit from controversial ‘pulse flows’ now underway, Why the Delta no longer works for wildlife, Supervisor Larry Ruhstaller says the hyacinth cavalry is coming, Despite drought, grape harvest the third largest ever, Dozens of dams found to put fish in …

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    Oct 29 2014

    Daily Digest, early edition: Farmers sue state over drought water decisions, Report reveals dramatic changes to Delta ecosystem, Local entities start to discuss groundwater implementation, and more, plus a winter storm is on the way!

    In California water news today, Farmers sue state over drought water decisions, Report reveals dramatic changes to Delta ecosystem, Local entities start to discuss groundwater implementation, Prop 1 aims to relieve drought – but not this one, Photo feature: The Decline of California Agriculture Has Begun, Drought means less California rice, but good prices for …

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    Oct 28 2014

    Daily Digest, early edition: More on prop 1, confusion over drought maps prompts workshop, and more …

    In California water news today, what Proposition 1 has in store for California water, the impact of Proposition One, confusion over drought maps prompts workshop, drought boosts synthetic turf businesses as homeowners turn to artificial grass, New Melones hasn’t been this low in decades, city officials say fixing Fresno’s water won’t be cheap, and how …

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    Oct 27 2014

    Daily Digest: Water projects, habitat, non-native vegetation and more in today’s news …

    In California water news today, seminar panelist says there will be no new big water projects built, Stockton East now ‘swimming’ in storage, Spanos Company sets aside 140 acres and the habitat is thriving, Fight against non-native vegetation in Salinas River has begun, Ground-breaking survey maps coastal saltwater intrusion, San Gabriel Valley getting graded on …

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    Oct 26 2014

    Daily Digest, weekend edition: Drought and disease wait in Valley for migratory birds, ‘green jobs’ a priority says De León, Legislators seek help with hyacinth, Former federal judge Wanger unhappy with attack ad, and more news and commentary …

    In California water news this weekend, Drought and disease wait in Valley for migratory birds, De León says ‘green jobs’ will be priority as Senate leader, Legislators seek help with hyacinth, Developers can pay in-lieu fees for wetlands mitigation, California considers desalination as a remedy for water woes, Former federal judge Wanger unhappy with attack …

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    Oct 24 2014

    Daily Digest: Everything you need to know about the drought in 34 stats & three quotations, Unsafe groundwater only adds to drought’s misery, A parched farm town is sinking, and so are its’ residents hearts, and more …

    In California water news today, Everything you need to know about California’s drought in 34 stats and three wuotations, Unsafe groundwater only adds to drought’s misery, A parched farm town is sinking, and so are its’ residents hearts, For Sierra resident, the well runs dry — along with her options, 199 drought maps show how …

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    Oct 23 2014

    Daily Digest: Drought tops list of worries, what will winter hold for us?, CA’s drought survival strategy, dams with too low flows for fish identified, researcher probes saltwater intrusion into coastal aquifers and more …

    In California water news today, drought tops list of Californians’ worries, what will winter hold for drought-plagued California?, experts ponder cause and length of dry spell, Coping in a drier world:  California’s drought survival strategy, dams with too low flows for fish identified, researcher probes saltwater intrusion into Calif.’s coastal groundwater supplies, Prop 1 a …

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    Oct 22 2014

    Daily Digest: Confronting the West’s water crisis: A new report highlights opportunities to improve water management in drought-stricken Western states; Water agencies lose billions of gallons underground; The salmon fishing was pretty good this year but the future is less bright, and more …

    In California water news today, Confronting the West’s water crisis: A new report highlights opportunities to improve water management in drought-stricken Western states; California water agencies lose billions of gallons underground; The salmon fishing was pretty good this year—drought be damned but the future is less bright; Rice growers wrap up diminished harvest; Secretary Ross …

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    Oct 21 2014

    Daily Digest: Gov says state needs long-term vision on water; a bruising battle for cheap water during drought; 14 California communities now on verge of waterless-ness; to dam or not to dam? and more …

    In California water news today, Governor says state needs long-term vision on water; Amid California’s drought, a bruising battle for cheap water; 14 California communities now on verge of waterless-ness; Mass migration out of California seems imminent, Environmental group uncovers “secret” deal that forgives $400 Million in Central Valley Project debt; Prop 1 controversy: To …

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    Oct 20 2014

    Daily Digest, early edition: As their wells run dry, California residents blame thirsty farms; drought-stressed crops may be better for you, a drought-themed corn maze, and more news …

    In California water news today: As their wells run dry, California residents blame thirsty farms; California farmers: ‘We are getting much less water'; drought-stressed crops may be better for you; Patterson farm features drought-themed corn maze; California farmers unite to adapt to climate change; Jerry Brown’s team releases a slew of new ads for Props …

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    Oct 19 2014

    Daily Digest, weekend edition: Desalination, drought, sequoias, the water bond and more news and commentary, plus Peter Gleick on when our responses to drought make things worse

    In California water news this weekend, could desalination solve California’s water woes?, giant sequoias may surprise us in a warmer future, State Water Board tinkering with rations idea, trees vs humans, duck hunters worried multimillion dollar business could dry up in the drought, mixed conclusions on cause of the drought, The big question:  Will it …

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    Oct 17 2014

    Daily Digest: Winter rains not likely to ease drought, Feds sued over dead steelhead, modernizing drought water allocations, and more news and commentary …

    In California water news today, Winter rains not likely to ease drought, Temperance Flat Dam plan is flawed, say critics at Fresno forum, Feds sued over dead steelhead,  Native American communities most at risk in California drought, Drought creates an unexpected casualty: sports, Is California heading towards another Dust Bowl?, New website explains water bond …

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    Oct 16 2014

    Daily Digest: Prop 1 sparks heated debate, DWR must reopen environmental review on Kern Water Bank, An El Niño double dip?, 2014-2015 winter outlook and more …

    In California water news today, Prop 1 sparks heated debate over water resources, DWR must reopen environmental review on Kern Water Bank, the West is bone dry – here’s how to help, time for a serious policy on water pricing, hydroelectric power cut in half during drought – State using more natural gas, EPA announces …

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    Oct 15 2014

    Daily Digest: For the wealthy, drought is a problem money can’t fix; high temperatures intensified drought; big debut for Hetch Hetchy water tunnel; water bond splits environmentalists and more news and commentary …

    In California water news today, for the wealthy, drought is a problem money can’t fix; High temperatures intensified California drought; Water bond splits environmentalists; Proposition 1 “Cheat Sheet”; Water board will ease curtailments during storms; agritourism operations deal with lack of water; Santa Cruz enforces California’s toughest drought restrictions; Supervisors vote to move ahead with …

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