DAILY DIGEST: FEMA details why it rejected state’s request for Oroville spillway funds; Sierra snowpack at 156% but groundwater recovery could take years; Western states finish Colorado River drought deal, ask Congress to sign off; and more …

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In California water news today, FEMA Details Why It Rejected State’s Request for Oroville Spillway Funds; Sierra Snowpack at 156% as Some CA Ski Resorts Get Over 550 Inches of Snow This Season; Patzert says not so fast with declaring drought over; groundwater recovery could take years; Resource issues dominate annual CFBF conference; Siskiyou County: Agreement intends to help landowners […]

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DAILY DIGEST: New storm to mark end of dry spell; Controlling floods by letting the water come; Did Reclamation do right by Westlands with 55% allocation?; Will salmon and steelhead once again spawn on the Mokelumne above Pardee?; Western drought deal is a go without IID; and more …

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In California water news today, New storm to mark end of dry spell in California, Southwest; One Increasingly Popular Way to Control Floods: Let the Water Come; Did Reclamation Do Right by Westlands With 55% Allocation?; Will salmon and steelhead once again spawn on the Mokelumne above Pardee?; Legal Alert: State Water Board Unveils Aggressive Plan to Issue Investigative Orders […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Companies polluted Western waters; now taxpayers are picking up the tab; USGS study predicts more disastrous effects from sea level rise in Bay Area; Battle brews over Cargill land in Redwood City; Fish in tubes; Wet weather returns, and more …

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In California water news today, Companies polluted Western waters. Now taxpayers are picking up the tab; USGS study predicts more disastrous effects from sea level rise in Bay Area; This invasive 20-pound rodent could devastate California’s agriculture industry; Once Again in Redwood City, a Battle Brews Over Cargill’s Land; Fish in tubes: The salmon cannon is just one place where […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: Drought is over … or not … ; Instagram-hungry crowds are destroying the super bloom; Everything that’s in the Dingell Act; Enviro group wants Scott Dam on Eel River removed; Wet winter likely to keep Colorado River out of shortage next year; and more …

In California water news this weekend, California’s Drought Is Over. What Will That Mean for Water Use?; Drought, schmrought, water experts already fret the next dry year and still preach conservation; Instagram-hungry crowds are destroying the super bloom; Everything that’s in the Dingell Act; State environmental group wants old Scott Dam on Eel River removed; Solano water agency ‘mussels’ up […]

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DAILY DIGEST: CA now drought free, first time in 7 years; Judge says Oroville Dam lawsuit can go forward; Wastewater treatment plants spreading antibiotic resistance; Pentagon pushes for weaker Standards on PFAS; and more …

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In California water news today, California Is Drought Free After Very Wet Winter — a First in More Than 7 Years, Officials Say; Judge says lawsuit’s claims of racism, corruption at Oroville Dam can go forward; Funding water storage projects with High Speed Rail money; Coastal ecosystems suffer from upriver hydroelectric dams; Wastewater treatment plants spreading antibiotic resistance; Pentagon Pushes […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Here’s how much snow has fallen in the Sierra this winter; Twin Delta tunnels oversight bill advances in Legislature; Study: Sea level rise in Bay Area is going to be much more destructive than we think; Reclamation drought plan would nix environmental reviews; and more …

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In California water news today, Here’s how much snow has fallen in the Sierra this winter; Twin Delta tunnels oversight bill advances in Legislature; Sea Level Rise in Bay Area is Going to Be Much More Destructive Than We Think, Says USGS Study; Here’s what a ‘very likely’ sequel to California’s 1862 megastorm would look like; Reclamation drought plan would […]

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DAILY DIGEST: The twin tunnels are out—Berkeley experts say that’s a good thing; Valley farmers need Sacramento to sustain water levels; The challenges of changing land use in the San Joaquin Valley; Metropolitan vote moves Colorado River drought plan forward; and more …

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In California water news today, The Twin Tunnels Are Out—Berkeley Experts Say That’s a Good Thing; Valley farmers need Sacramento to sustain water levels; The challenges of changing land use in the San Joaquin Valley; Warming trend with above normal temperatures brings concerns of a melting snowpack; Klamath Dams: Ruling would exempt dams from standards; Metropolitan Water District vote moves […]

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DAILY DIGEST: DWR set to appeal Oroville funding denials; Trump proposes slashing EPA budget by 31%, What man-made products are in our waterways?; CA water agencies fight over multistate drought plan; and more …

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In California water news today, DWR set to appeal Oroville funding denials; Ag must adapt to climate; Trump seeks cuts for cleanup of Great Lakes, other waterways, proposes slashing EPA budget by 31 percent; Down the drain: What man-made products are in our waterways?; New Project Takes Aim At Controlling Salton Sea Dust; California water agencies fight over multistate drought […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Engineers design repairs to sunken section of Friant-Kern Canal while politicians look for funding; PG&E Orphaned the Potter Valley Project: What’s Happened & What Comes Next?; A wet winter will likely lead to a whale of a year for hydro in California; and more …

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In California water news today, Engineers design repairs to sunken section of Friant-Kern Canal while politicians look for funding; PG&E Orphaned the Potter Valley Project: What’s Happened & What Comes Next?; A wet winter will likely lead to a whale of a year for hydro in California; Pebble Beach commits to clearing golf balls from the coast; Ocean conditions appear […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: Momentum builds for public investment in water-storage projects; Energy Dept, CA spar over nuclear site cleanup; EPA sets stage for Cargill plans in Redwood City; What’s ahead for CA following waterlogged winter?; and more …

In California water news this weekend, Momentum builds for public investment in California water-storage projects; Fong proposes redirecting high speed rail state bonds for Central Valley water storage projects; Energy Department, California spar over nuclear site cleanup; EPA sets stage for Cargill plans in Redwood City; Radio show: What’s ahead for California Following Waterlogged Winter?; Congress wants to see acting […]

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