Category Archives: Daily Digest

Daily Digest: Farmer’s senior water rights under siege; Brown makes case for Delta tunnels project to business, civic leaders; drought crisis could leave Democrats high and dry in 2016, and more …

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In California water news today, Farmer’s senior water rights under siege; Brown makes case for Delta tunnels project to business, civic leaders; Environmental group lauds farms’ water conservation, urges more; 10 California drought myths, debunked; Amid drought, oil industry wastewater attracts new scrutiny; California drought crisis could leave Democrats high and dry in 2016; Could Texas deluge be a sign […]

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Daily Digest, early edition: Drought angst shrivels Californians’ view of state, Water board says more rights will be curtailed soon, Some fear San Joaquin Valley ag could go the way of the timber industry, and more …

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In California water news today, Drought angst shrivels Californians’ view of state, Water board says more rights will be curtailed soon, Some fear San Joaquin Valley ag could go the way of the timber industry, Expert accuses state of spinning earthquake threat, Not much lake left at Oroville, 5 things to know about the drought, and more … On the […]

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Daily Digest: Forest service ready for wildfire season, Redwood trees stressed to breaking point by drought; Why California needs thirsty alfalfa, and more …

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In California water news today, Forest Service Ready For Wildfire Season, Redwood trees stressed to breaking point by drought; dying in Southern California, State builds emergency drought barrier in drought to protect water supplies, California drought effect on food prices: not much, Why California needs thirsty alfalfa, Cuts in rice harvesting opens door for competitors, Aquatic invasive species a constant […]

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Daily Digest, Memorial Day edition: California looks down under for drought advice, The story behind the farmers offer to cut water use, Turning sewage into drinking water gains appeal, and more …

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Please take a moment to remember our fallen heroes today. Wishing you a peaceful and enjoyable Memorial Day … –Maven In California water news today, California looks down under for drought advice, The story behind the farmers offer to cut water use, Turning sewage into drinking water gains appeal as drought lingers, Bill rescinding EPA ‘waters of the US’ rule […]

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Daily Digest, weekend edition: California OKs offer of voluntary water cuts by farmers, Big money and increasing acreage make almond latest water war villain, Toilet to tap, California avocados, and more …

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In California water news this weekend, California OKs offer of voluntary water cuts by farmers, Big money and increasing acreage make almond latest water war villain, ‘Toilet to tap’ gains steam, California avocado growers work to maintain supply, Could a drought disaster movie happen in California?, and more … In the news this weekend … California OKs offer of voluntary […]

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Daily Digest: Mandatory usage cuts loom for even those with senior water rights; Delta farmers hear more about water cuts; Water shutoffs and shortages imperil ag in San Joaquin Valley, Data farming and more …

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In California water news today, Mandatory usage cuts loom even for those with senior water rights, Drought-ridden California faces decision on new water cuts, Farmers hear more about water cuts, Water shutoffs, shortages imperil ag in the San Joaquin Valley, California faces a tough test to tame its unquenchable thirst for water, Water worries: Is supply or management the issue?, […]

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Daily Digest: Regulators to order farmers to stop pumping from San Joaquin River, Oil wastewater dumped into shallow Central Valley wells, CA house bill in the works could portend wider Western drought legislation, Drought leaves no water to combat salmon-killing parasite, and more …

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In California water news today, Regulators to order farmers to stop pumping from San Joaquin River, Farmers offer to give up some water, avoid cuts, California water agency relies on flawed system to track use, Oil wastewater dumped into shallow Central Valley wells, California house bill in the works could portend wider Western drought legislation, Drought leaves no water to […]

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Daily Digest, early edition: Delta farmers propose voluntary cuts, Oil regulators could lose control over aquifer mess, Victorious San Juan Capistrano water users want a refund, and more, plus what’s on webcast today …

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In California water news today, Delta farmers propose voluntary cuts, Tough choice for Delta farmers, Stanford professor developing water usage model that could help California meet conservation goals, California oil regulators could lose control over aquifer mess, Victorious San Juan Capistrano water users want a refund, New guidelines approved for emergency drought relief funds, Put water in the bank: a […]

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Daily Digest, early edition: California farms use how much water? Nobody really knows, New poll finds residents think drought is serious, but aren’t sure they can conserve more, Drought tests California tourism, A short run for whitewater rivers this season, and more …

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In California water news today, California farms use how much water? Nobody really knows, One California farmer’s battle to win water, New poll finds residents think it’s serious, but aren’t sure they can conserve more, Drought tests California tourism, A short run for whitewater rivers this season,  Golf courses slice water use to cope with ongoing drought, USDA allocates $21 […]

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Daily Digest, the Mega Edition: Delta farmers fear losing water supply; Officials deliver sobering facts on depleted wells; L.A. getting no Owens Valley runoff for the first time; Federal water bill mired in secrecy; Drought could spell trouble for California Democrats and more …

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Dear Readers: Glad to be back … ! Got past that quicker, surprising even myself   Occasionally I am asked why I do a weekend daily digest.  Well, that would be to avoid what follows below … an endless chain of stories – really good stuff today, so grab that coffee, sit down, and prepare to read! In California water […]

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