DAILY DIGEST: Bird’s eye look of work underway at Oroville Dam spillways; Restore Hetch Hetchy back in court; Cal Water Fix rider: Congress learning to padlock the courthouse door; Pruitt: Dealing with water contaminant a priority; and more …

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In California water news today, Bird’s eye look of work underway at Oroville Dam spillways; Restore Hetch Hetchy back in court; Congress learning to padlock the courthouse door; Pruitt: Dealing with water contaminant a priority; Should you be worried about your water supply?; and more … In the news today … Bird’s eye look of work underway at Oroville Dam […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Five things to know about the water bonds on upcoming ballots; Trump appoints new EPA head for Region 9 in San Francisco; Crisis on the High Plains: The Loss of America’s Largest Aquifer – the Ogallala; and more …

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In California water news today, Five things to know about the water bonds on upcoming ballots; Trump appoints new EPA head in SF who led ‘lock her up’ chants against Clinton; Crisis on the High Plains: The Loss of America’s Largest Aquifer – the Ogallala; and more … In the news today … Five things to know about the water […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: Toxic wastewater from oil fields endangers California’s water supply; Sites Reservoir officials: $1 billion falls short of hopes; Temperance Flat Dam fallout continues; Water contamination clearing up in Santa Rosa’s Fountaingrove; and more …

In California water news this weekend, Toxic wastewater from oil fields endangers California’s water supply; Sites Reservoir officials: $1 billion falls short of hopes; Temperance Flat Dam fallout continues; Santa Rosa: Water contamination clearing up in Fountaingrove; Key permits will allow Putah Creek restoration to move forward; The Salton Sea is dying and now threatening children; and more … In […]

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DAILY DIGEST: CA moves closer to to crafting specific water caps for urban districts; Lessons from Arizona could offer guide to solving CA’s groundwater problem; Where candidates for governor stand on the issues; Will Trump’s pick to run EPA in CA show up for work? and more …

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In California water news today, Indoor use limits, water budgets and aerial data gathering: California’s plan to wean us off water waste; California moves closer to to crafting specific water caps for urban districts; Could the Arizona Desert Offer California and the West a Guide to Solving its Groundwater Problem?; State audit of water rates request submitted by Wilk, Lackey […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Mapping changes in world’s water, NASA scientists find ‘human fingerprint’ in many areas, CA losing groundwater at a record pace; Patience wears thin at the Salton Sea; Supply, demand key to balancing valley’s water needs; and more …

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In California water news today, Mapping changes in world’s water, NASA scientists find ‘human fingerprint’ in many areas,  losing groundwater at a record pace; As salinity grows and toxic dust spreads, patience wears thin at the Salton Sea; How much water should California cities use? New data may help; Supply, demand key to balancing valley’s water needs; Officials angered over […]

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DAILY DIGEST: A ban on Delta tunnels lawsuits slips into federal spending plan, Garamendi set to ‘brawl’; Water planners work to enhance snowpack data; Hemp legalization poised to transform agriculture; Humboldt County to draft stance on future of Eel River dams; and more …

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In California water news today, A ban on Delta tunnels lawsuits slips into federal spending plan, Garamendi set to ‘brawl’; Water planners work to enhance snowpack data; Climate change is making droughts worse in the western US; Hemp legalization poised to transform agriculture in the arid West; Concerns swell over Trump’s proposed end of funding for beach water quality tests; […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Three water districts funding Delta tunnel project form oversight agency; Facing climate and water challenges, farmers return to age-old practice; Grace FO will help monitor droughts; Democrats demand release of ‘nightmare’ toxicology study; and more …

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In California water news today, Three water districts funding Delta tunnel project form oversight agency; Facing climate and water challenges, farmers return to age-old practice; Grace FO will help monitor droughts; Democrats demand release of ‘nightmare’ toxicology study; and more … On the calendar today … The State Water Resources Control Board meets at 9:30am. Agenda items are primarily routine, […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Seawater intrusion threatens some of CA’s richest farmland; Federal legislation helps to advance Lake McClure storage enhancement project; Shrinking glaciers, bigger fires and hotter nights: How climate change is altering CA

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In California water news today, Seawater intrusion threatens some of California’s richest farmland; Federal Legislation Helps to Advance Lake McClure Storage Enhancement in Mariposa County; To save the forests, Governor Brown wants to burn more trees; Shrinking glaciers, bigger fires and hotter nights: How climate change is altering California In the news today … Seawater intrusion threatens some of California’s […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: Can an uneasy truce hold off another water rebellion in the Klamath Basin?; Jerry Meral discusses the Nov. water bond; Here’s why words matter in the migratory bird debate; PG&E plan to sell Potter Valley project unsettles North Coast water system; and more …

In California water news this weekend, Can an uneasy truce hold off another water rebellion on California’s northern border?; November water bond promises $8.7 billion towards securing California’s future; Eradication of invasive rodent off to a slow start; Oroville Dam emergency spillway work to continue into 2019; Here’s why words matter in the migratory bird debate; Trump White House quietly […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Gov. Brown addresses ACWA convention, stresses support for Delta tunnels; Gov. Brown orders major offensive against wildfire threat; Justice Dept asks judge to dismiss climate change lawsuits; ‘We need action,’ federal official tells Colorado River states; and more …

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In California water news today, Governor Brown addresses ACWA convention, stresses support for Delta tunnels project; Governor Brown orders major offensive against wildfire threat; Justice Department asks judge to dismiss climate change lawsuits; Oroville spillway work resumes as funding questions linger; What if people were paid to use less water?; ‘We need action,’ federal official tells Colorado River states; and […]

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