DAILY DIGEST: Study: Heavy storms may be enough to recharge groundwater; What’s the best weapon for battling species invading California waters? Data; Crews continue race to rebuild Oroville Dam spillway; and more …

In California water news today, Study: Heavy storms may be enough to recharge groundwater; What’s the best weapon for battling species invading California waters? Data; Crews continue race to rebuild Oroville Dam spillway; Yuba City: Water Agency lines up its supporters; Calaveras County Water District moves forward with Lake Tulloch sewer design; and more … In the news today … […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: NorCal cities and counties suing to block Delta tunnels project; Sinking Friant-Kern Canal has $500 million problem; Proposed Salton Sea deal would hold California to its promises; and more …

In California water news this weekend, NorCal cities and counties suing to block Delta tunnels project; Sinking Friant-Kern Canal has $500 million problem; Proposed Salton Sea deal would hold California to its promises; US House moves to streamline water projects; Can we breed crops to be drought-resistant?; Defendants ask court to strike Roseburg water suit; Bay Area: Park officials to […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Why water agencies are hesitating on Delta tunnels; Sacto County starts avalanche of lawsuits against Delta tunnels; Lois Henry to leave the Bakersfield Californian; The latest video from Oroville; and more …

In California water news today, Delta tunnels project needs water agencies to pay for it. Why some are hesitating; Sacramento County starts avalanche of lawsuits against the tunnels plan; Toxic taps: Meet California’s newest water contaminant (video); A look at post-drought California and water conservation; Beach erosion a growing threat to the California shoreline; and more … On the calendar […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Farmers and environmentalists join to battle planned Delta tunnels project; New genetic evidence could have major implications in the fight to save spring-run Chinook; Central Coast conservationists sue water boards; and more …

In California water news today, Farmers and environmentalists join to battle planned Delta tunnels project; Is tunneling water across the state our best option?; New genetic evidence could have major implications in the fight to save spring-run Chinook; Central Coast conservationists sue water boards; Floating solar power: A new frontier for green-leaning water; California water bill a ‘huge deal’ to […]

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DAILY DIGEST: New dams for California? A dozen projects seek $2.7 billion; Settlement reached in Duarte Clean Water Act lawsuit; Why California may force all its schools to test their water; US: Zero chance of Colorado River water shortage in 2018; and more …

In California water news today, New dams for California? A dozen projects seek $2.7 billion; Settlement reached in Duarte Clean Water Act lawsuit; $1.1 million settlement in field plowing case; Drinking lead – why California may force all its schools to test their water; Billionaire helping to get funds for Valley clean water; Farming activity contaminates water despite best practices; […]

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DAILY DIGEST: What will the Delta tunnels cost SoCal?; Sites, Temperance Flat, Los Vaqueros, Centennial Dam ask for Prop 1 funds; Trump’s EPA is caving to chemical industry, environmental groups say; and more …

In California water news today, A nearly $17 billion water project is being planned for California. What will it cost the Southland?; Sites Reservoir backers ask for water bond money; Nevada Irrigation District applies for Centennial Dam funding; East Bay reservoir expansion plan wins support of environmental groups; Valley leaders request $1.3 billion for Temperance Flat Dam; Trump’s EPA is […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Sites Reservoir supporters want $1.6 billion from water bond; Billionaire forced to reopen Bay Area beach; Farmers propose novel solution to fight over groundwater in Nevada; Pruitt carrying out his EPA agenda in secret, critics say; and more …

In California water news today, Sites Reservoir supporters want $1.6 billion from water bond; Should Oroville evacuees get state payment? Suit seeks class-action status; Billionaire forced to reopen Bay Area beach; Farmers propose novel solution to fight over groundwater in Nevada; Dressed to kill: Deep-sea animals eating plastic fibers from clothing; Scott Pruitt is carrying out his EPA agenda in […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: U.S. and Mexico finalizing Colorado River deal; Butte County Farm Bureau issues challenge to assist Red Bluff farmer’s legal battle; Suit filed over dam crisis for 188,000 evacuees; and more …

In California water news this weekend, U.S. and Mexico finalizing Colorado River deal; Butte County Farm Bureau issues challenge to assist Red Bluff farmer’s legal battle; Suit filed over dam crisis for 188,000 evacuees; California dairies join forces with conservationists and an irrigation supplier to save water and reduce groundwater pollution; In memoriam – Ted Thomas; Oroville Dam relicensing: Signatories […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Congressman questions plan to drain Lake Oroville for project; How much SoCal’s water bills could rise due to the Delta tunnels; The regulatory state versus a California farmer; A legal battle in Idaho portends future conflicts over water; and more …

In California water news today, Congressman questions plan to drain Lake Oroville for project; Southern Californians, here’s how much your water bill could rise due to the Delta tunnels; Butte County Board of Supervisors files lawsuit against DWR; Parks and water bond linked to housing deal at California capital; Plowed under: The regulatory state versus a California farmer; A legal […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Butte County files lawsuit over twin tunnels project; Enviros say proposed cannabis grow rules fail to protect wildlife; FEMA pays almost $23 million towards Oroville Dam crisis; NW farmers urge Trump administration to sidestep salmon protection rules; and more …

In California water news today, Butte County files lawsuit over twin tunnels project; Environmentalists say proposed cannabis grow rules fail to protect wildlife; Panel weighed Oroville Spillway failure in 2014 – and called it unlikely; Spillway reconstruction: Review board concerned about temporary concrete; Trump administration sends payout for Oroville Dam crisis. Could more be on the way?; FEMA pays almost […]

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