WEEKLY DIGEST for July 22 through 27

A list of posts published on Maven’s Notebook this week …

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In water news this week from around the web …

WEEKEND DAILY DIGEST:  Interior Secretary Zinke visits reservoirs, signaling federal interest in water fight; Delta advocates slam power play by Zinke and Denham; The Klamath conflict: Water war along California-Oregon border pits growers against tribes, family against family; US may pick Western headquarters for land agency in 8 months; Four things to know about Trump’s ESA overhaul; and more … READ IT HERE:  Weekend Daily Digest

MONDAY: Water wars head upstream as state considers cutbacks for senior Central Valley irrigation districts; California Water Commission to allocate Prop 1 water storage funds; California farms’ water use still unclear, despite new reporting rules; Natural chromium sources threaten California groundwater, Stanford scientists find;  Appropriations: Energy and environment fights, deals play out this week; and more …  READ IT HERE:  Monday’s Daily Digest

TUESDAY: The $3 billion plan to turn Hoover Dam into a giant battery; Oroville Dam committee holds ‘historic’ first meeting; Sites bond funding decided this week; UC to team with Israel for ag water research; California has sued the Trump Administration 38 times. Here’s a look at the legal challenges; Lawmakers remove GOP endangered species policies from defense bill; and more … READ IT HERE:  Tuesday’s Daily Digest

WEDNESDAY: State approves $2.7 billion for water storage; State water plan could hurt local economy, local officials say; Capitol rally to protest agency’s Bay Delta Plan; How a Silicon Valley city cut landmark deals to solve a water crisis; Radio show: What would changes to the Endangered Species Act mean for the Valley?; Crystal Geyser in hot water for secretly disposing of toxic waste; American West rounds up wild horses threatened by drought; Appropriations: Broader fights threaten energy, environmental bills; and more … READ IT HERE:  Wednesday’s Daily Digest

THURSDAY: No real worry that Hetch Hetchy will be drained after Zinke’s visit; House passes funding bill with two California water amendments offered by Denham; Controversial bill could exempt California Water Fix from judicial review; Temperance Flat dam gets $171 million, but they may turn it down; Environmental issues weigh heavily for California voters; Senators question proposal to merge National Marine Fisheries Service, Fish and Wildlife Service; and more …  READ IT HERE:  Thursday’s Daily Digest

FRIDAY: ‘Tahoe will not be blue.’ Why the lake’s warming trends are worrisome; An interview with Laura Friedman on new water efficiency standards; 106 salmon counted in the Salmon River, sparking worries about potential fish kill; and more …  READ IT HERE:  Friday’s Daily Digest

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