DAILY DIGEST: CA Senate announces safe drinking water plan; Hurtado and Feinstein collaborate to restore clean water supply; Protecting endangered fish in the Delta; Interior reorganization: From grand vision to modest tinkering?; and more …

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In California water news today, CA Senate announces safe drinking water plan; Senator Hurtado and U.S. Senator Feinstein Collaborate to Restore Clean Water Supply; Operation smelt recovery: Protecting endangered fish in the Delta; Feds Raise Water Allocations for Farmers. Westlands Isn’t Impressed; A river is lost: now what way forward?; Water gave life to this Central Valley boomtown in the […]

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DAILY DIGEST: End in sight to the parade of storms in the West as May comes to a close; Reclamation bumps westside water allocation to 70 percent; AquAlliance, allies prepare for next wave of water fights; Domino droughts; Butte County concerned over Lake Oroville levels; and more …

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In California water news today, End in sight to the parade of storms in the West as May comes to a close; Bureau of Reclamation bumps westside water allocation to 70 percent; AquAlliance, allies prepare for next wave of water fights; Domino droughts; California Senate passes bill targeting controversial water project, State Assembly next; Butte County concerned over Lake Oroville […]

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DAILY DIGEST: NorCal reservoirs approaching capacity with more snow in Sierra; An abandoned mine near Joshua Tree could host a massive hydropower project; Water rights dispute over Santa Margarita River ends after 70 years; EPA: Former chiefs say agency ‘ripe for oversight’; and more …

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In California water news today, NorCal reservoirs approaching capacity with more snow in Sierra; An abandoned mine near Joshua Tree could host a massive hydropower project; Dodd plan to improve water management clears senate; California’s Unusually Wet Spring Is Delaying, Damaging Crops; Climate change and ag: Working together is recipe for success; EPA: Former chiefs say agency ‘ripe for oversight’; […]

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DAILY DIGEST: San Jose sounding alarm about a drinking water crisis that no one knows how to fix; Interior Department Pulls Support From Klamath Dam Removal Project; California Farmworkers Confront a Tainted Water Crisis; Hoover Dam ceremony marks Colorado River drought plan; and more …

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In California water news today, Silicon Valley’s largest city is sounding the alarm about a drinking water crisis that no one knows how to fix; Interior Department Pulls Support From Klamath Dam Removal Project; Untangling the Politics of Dam Removal; Before there was a New Melones Dam: a look back at efforts to save the Stanislaus River; ‘Flint Is Everywhere’: […]

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DAILY DIGEST: What’s Up With All the Late-May Rain?; After 25 years winter-run salmon return to Battle Creek; As states gather to sign Colorado River drought plan, focus turns to what’s next; Trump’s EPA shifts more environmental enforcement to states; and more …

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In California water news today, What’s Up With All the Late-May Rain? Atmospheric Science Suggests Answers; More storms eye California, western US into Memorial Day weekend; After 25 years winter-run salmon return to Battle Creek; Mendocino Pygmy Forest Protection Project awarded funds; Study Shows Boats Anchored by Sausalito Cause Significant Harm to Bay Ecosystem; As states gather to sign Colorado […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: The battle over CEQA, the state’s iconic environmental law; Mark Arax on chasing stories for his book: The Dreamt Land; Legislators want safe drinking water but can’t agree on how to fund it; Is it too late for the Salton Sea?; and more …

In California water news this weekend, Weakling Or Bully? The Battle Over CEQA, The State’s Iconic Environmental Law; Radio show: Mark Arax On Chasing The Stories For His Fourth Book: The Dreamt Land; California Legislators Want Safe Drinking Water. They Haven’t Agreed On How To Fund It.; More storms eye California, western US into Memorial Day weekend; Oroville Dam is […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Disneyland, dozens of cities could be flooded by dam failure from huge storm, engineers warn; More storms eye CA into Memorial Day weekend; Oroville Main Spillway not being used amid increased rainfall; Improving fire risk management w/drought early warning info; and more ..

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In California water news today, Disneyland, dozens of cities could be flooded by dam failure from huge storm, engineers warn; More storms eye California, western US into Memorial Day weekend; A Reservoir Rising: How DWR is Managing Lake Oroville in an Above-Average Water Year; Oroville Main Spillway not being used amid increased rainfall; Improving Fire Risk Management With Drought Early […]

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DAILY DIGEST: California lawmakers move to reject Gavin Newsom’s water fee, Senate proposes new funding alternative; Judge rules FEMA must reconsider floodplains plan; Bernhardt: Interior reorganization plans to heat up this summer; and more …

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In California water news today, California lawmakers move to reject Gavin Newsom’s water fee, Senate proposes new funding alternative; San Diego County Water Authority supports bill to spur pumped storage projects; Judge Rules FEMA Must Reconsider Floodplains Plan; California is already drenched. Now three ‘atmospheric rivers’ may unload two months’ worth of rain; Bernhardt: Interior reorganization plans to heat up […]

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DAILY DIGEST: CA AG, enviro groups sue to stop Shasta Dam raise; Residents concerned about Oroville Dam with spring storms looming; As PG&E dumps Potter Valley project, new suitors line up; Audit blasts SF Bay watchdog on inaction; and more …

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In California water news today, California AG Xavier Becerra, environmental groups sue to stop Shasta Dam raise; Residents concerned about Oroville Dam with spring storms looming; Maximizing Use of Water Stored in Soil Could Result in Savings for Farmers; As PG&E dumps Potter Valley project, new suitors line up; Audit Blasts San Francisco Bay Watchdog on Inaction; Santa Clara Valley […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Forecasts call for up to 10 inches of Sierra snow in May; Satellite photo shows state drying out fast; Experts warn of cold snowmelt and swift waters; Aging water workforce spurs industry recruiting efforts; Walmart slashing CO2 of thousands of suppliers; and more …

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In California water news today, ‘More like winter’: Updated forecasts call for up to 10 inches of Sierra snow in May; California had a wet winter. But a satellite photo shows the state is drying out fast; After Tule River swallows teen, experts warn of cold snowmelt and swift waters; There’s a plan to improve drinking water in California – […]

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