Daily Digest: Drought improvement will ‘take quite a while’; Strong El Nino will weaken and could transition to La Nina this fall; The secret to water pricing during a drought; Some upset over renewed effort to remove Klamath dams; and more …

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In California water news today, California drought improvement will ‘take quite a while’; Strong El Nino will weaken and could transition to La Nina this fall, NOAA says; The secret to water pricing during a drought; California fishermen struggle to make ends meet; Plastic microbead pollution harms oysters, the oceans critical ecosystem engineers, study says; Decade of rising sea levels […]

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Daily Digest: Senator Feinstein tries yet again with drought legislation; 2016 El Nino: Don’t mock the croc, says Patzert; LADWP to apply for reduction in water savings goals; and more …

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In California water news today, Dianne Feinstein tries yet again with drought legislation; Feinstein water plan could permit more pumping for farmers; 90’s in February? This is not what California was expecting from ‘Super El Nino’; 2016 El Nino:  Don’t mock the croc; Conservation groups praise drought measures in President’s budget proposal; Nearly all reservoirs in Marin County at capacity; […]

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Daily Digest: Obama proposes new approaches to Western water shortages; Farmers say they’re getting a bad rap over water; How the drought boosts your utility bills and global warming; and more …

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In California water news today, Obama proposes new approaches to Western water shortages; Farmers say they’re getting a bad rap over water; How the drought boosts your utility bills and global warming; Scientists say levees can increase flood risk and long-term damage; Winter brings shift in attitudes about water; California farmers reap record sales in record drought; California is likely […]

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Daily Digest: Is CA ready to build its next big dam?; Temperance Flat sparks government fight; Water district accuses State Water Board of overstepping boundaries; Many larger reservoirs still starved for rain; and more …

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In California water news today, Is California ready to build its next big dam?; Proposed dam sparks government fight; Water district accuses State Water Board of overstepping boundaries in drought investigation; Many of California’s larger reservoirs still starved for rain; California’s water supply at risk from warmer winters; State fire prevention fee money to fund Sierra dead tree removals; As […]

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Daily Digest: Dry February could bring problems for the drought-stricken Valley; Orange County: Historic water pact taps a local source; Are drought conditions in the Southwest here to stay? and more …

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In California water news today, Dry February could bring problems for the drought-stricken Valley; The great wet hope: Will this winter’s Niño end California’s prolonged drought?; Orange County: Historic water pact taps a local source; Are drought conditions in the Southwest here to stay? In the news today … Dry February could bring problems for the drought-stricken Valley:  “El Niño […]

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Daily Digest, weekend edition: California lawmakers urged to plan for future droughts; Drought is still ‘very serious’ despite near record snow; Water releases increased at NorCal dams; Rural water providers lose out over fee claim; and more …

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In California water news this weekend, California lawmakers urged to plan for future droughts; Drought is still ‘very serious’ despite near record snow; Water releases increased at Northern California dams; Rural providers lose out over fee claim; Sonoma County vineyard operator fined for landslide near Dry Creek; Feds sharply increase flows from Folsom Lake; Erin Brockovich, Stockton ‘freak out’ over […]

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Daily Digest: Water planning in the climate change era; 400,000 winter-run salmon planned for Sacramento release; El Nino ‘takes a break’; HOAs could face fines under California drought rules; and more …

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In California water news today, Water planning in the climate change era; 400,000 winter-run salmon planned for Sacramento release; El Nino ‘takes a break’; HOAs could face fines under California drought rules; New methods track forest canopy water content; Forestville resident dedicated to keeping Russian River clean; Criminal case against Fremont Dam vandals comes to an end; Erin Brockovich thinks […]

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Daily Digest: El Nino could signal easing of drought, but drought remains ‘very serious’; Vidak, Salas call for more water storage projects; River flow plan may put SSJID water in jeopardy; and more …

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In California water news today, El Nino could signal easing of California drought; Drought remains ‘very serious’ in California; Drought-weary eyes watch California’s normal winter unfold; Vidak, Salas call for more water storage projects; AP releases corrected version of drought story; Marin: Local group uses civic center as a screen to push for coho salmon protections; Lake Berryessa in need […]

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Daily Digest: State Water Board refuses pleas for major weakening of water conservation rules; Snowpack in the Sierra ‘growing nicely’; Klamath River dam removal efforts renewed in agreement’; Stockton and chloramines; and more …

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In California water news today, State Water Board refuses pleas for major weakening of water conservation rules; Snowpack in the Sierra ‘growing nicely’; Is the end in sight for California drought?; El Niño rainstorms improving fire conditions throughout California, fire agency says; Drought’s harm to California forests more severe than feared, study finds; California Water Commission soliciting concept papers for […]

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Daily Digest: Second disastrous year for endangered salmon; CA weighs extending water conservation rules; Enviros want to tear Hetch Hetchy and other dams down; LA River regualtory quagmire; and more …

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In California water news today, Second disastrous year for endangered California salmon; Northern California salmon run devastated again by drought; California weighs extending drought conservation rules; A century ago San Francisco dammed a pristine Yosemite valley. Now environmentalists are fighting to tear down that dam, and hundreds of others; Drought’s harm to forests more severe than feared, study finds; Clean […]

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