DAILY DIGEST: CA moves to block Trump from rolling back enviro protections; Bill to establish the Ecosystem Resilience Program advances; National relevance of Klamath takings case reflected in Monday hearing in D.C.; There’s an avid group of people who fly fish for ‘sewer salmon’ in the L.A. River; and more …

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In California water news today, George Skelton: California moves to block Trump from rolling back its environmental protections; Bill to establish the Ecosystem Resilience Program advances; High-tide flooding poses big problem for US, California, federal scientists warn; National relevance of Klamath takings case reflected in Monday hearing in D.C.; Lawmakers brawl over PFAS riders; As Fresh Water Grows Scarcer, It […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Bay Area Senator the sole no vote on Newsom’s clean water plan; CA’s future will alternate between drought and atmospheric rivers, study says; Vintner steps forward to protect endangered salmon; Detecting leaks with satellite imagery; and more …

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In California water news today, Why This Bay Area Senator Was the Sole No Vote on Newsom’s Clean Water Plan; California’s future weather will alternate between drought and atmospheric rivers, study says; California Vintner Steps Forward to Protect Endangered Salmon; Study: Thinning forests, prescribed fire before drought can reduces tree loss in Sierra Nevada; Agricultural water agencies refine efficiency plans; […]

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DAILY DIGEST: PG&E’s planned power shutdowns could choke off vital water supplies; Optimism for adopting Voluntary Agreements; Clean drinking water fund, Friant-Kern Canal, and abandoned boat removal legislation move forward; and more …

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In California water news today, PG&E’s planned power shutdowns could choke off vital water supplies; Optimism for adopting Voluntary Agreements; Clean drinking water fund, Friant-Kern Canal, and abandoned boat removal legislation move forward; Hearing Wednesday in Congress on Bills to Protect CA Public Lands; Scripps study says California will get more rain from atmospheric rivers; In an Era of Extreme Weather, […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Market-based program would encourage farmers to buy, sell local groundwater; Wildfire panel recommends extending safeguards to water agencies; Federal fisheries regulators accused of defying federal court order; Proposed border wall threatens SW’s last free-flowing river; and more …

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In California water news today, Market-based program would encourage farmers to buy, sell local groundwater; Wildfire panel recommends extending safeguards to water agencies; Ocean conservationists accuse federal fisheries regulators of defying a federal court order; North Coast mussel die-off an alarming sign of warming world’s threat to marine life; Scientists studying effects of hatchery-raised salmon on wild salmon; Are pistachios […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: State agencies report on progress of Voluntary Agreements; CA’s coast is disappearing under rising seas and our choices are grim; Spring Delta smelt surveys reveal record low numbers; Holiday visitors leave more than 1,800 pounds of trash at Lake Tahoe; and more …

In California water news this weekend, State agencies report on Voluntary Agreements in process to Water Board plan; The California coast is disappearing under the rising sea. Our choices are grim; Closer to extinction: Spring Delta smelt surveys reveal record low numbers of fish; Power Plants Create Giant Water Battery; Smaller almond crop predicted in California; A big mess: Fourth […]

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DAILY DIGEST, July 4th/Friday edition: Trump said water wars ‘easy’ to fix, what do they say now?; Battle over eminent domain in the Delta; Mono County: “Waterless” ranch leases reignite water war; San Diego to assess regional pipeline for delivering Colorado River water; and more …

Happy Fourth of July! Wishing you and yours a peaceful and enjoyable holiday –from Maven In California water news today, Trump said water wars ‘easy’ to fix, what do they say now?; Battle over eminent domain in the Delta; Next climate challenge: Getting the smoky taste out of wine; Best holiday hikes in the Bay Area; Mono County: “Waterless” ranch […]

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DAILY DIGEST: MWD Chair Gloria Gray prioritizes reliability of supply & affordability; Toxic algae threatens NorCal waterways; The hard truth about being a 21st century tree in California; An American icon finds a safe home at Lake Oroville; and more …

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In California water news today, MWD’s New Chair, Gloria Gray, Prioritizes Reliability of Supply & Affordability; Toxic algae threaten ‘gem of Chico’ – and these 10 waterways in the greater Sacramento area; The hard truth about being a 21st century tree in California; An American Icon Finds a Safe Home at Lake Oroville; Can Small-Scale Farmers Grow a Healthier California?; […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Trump’s pending rules on CA water marked by missing docs, hurried reviews, say scientists; Multi-year drought caused massive forest die-off in Sierra Nevada; Friant water blueprint focused on counties south of Delta; New CA bill aims to help vets fill water worker jobs; and more …

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In California water news today, Trump’s Pending Rules on California Water Marked by Missing Documents and Hurried Reviews, Say Scientists; Multi-year Drought Caused Massive Forest Die-off in Sierra Nevada; Friant Water Blueprint Focused on Counties South of Delta; New California Bill Aims to Help Vets Fill Thousands of Water Worker Jobs; USGS Monitoring Groundwater for Hormones and Pharmaceuticals; Climate change […]

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DAILY DIGEST: A water year in review; Bizarre fish may be the key to preserving Yurok culture in CA; A clean sweep for invasive mussel biofouling; Despite abundant precip, Colorado River Basin not out of the woods yet”; Proof of concept for ocean trash cleaning machine; and more …

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In California water news today, A water year in review: How has water shaped up for Sacramento and Northern California?; This bizarre prehistoric fish may be the key to preserving Yurok culture in California; A Clean Sweep for Invasive Mussel Biofouling; 18 GPS Garbage Trackers. One Lone Ship. 40 Tons Out of the Ocean. Proof of Concept; Debris continues to […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: Avalanches in June? Heavy Sierra Snowpack Still Poses a Risk for Some Hikers; Lessons Learned from the State’s first Groundwater Sustainability Plan; Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) adds cutting-edge capabilities for Corps projects; and more …

In California water news this weekend, Avalanches in June? Heavy Sierra Snowpack Still Poses a Risk for Some Hikers; Inviting but deadly: Officials say to stay out of rivers; Lessons Learned from the State’s first Groundwater Sustainability Plan; Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) adds cutting-edge capabilities for Corps projects; FWS Moves To Add Quantitative Measures To Recovery Plans; America’s ‘Sagebrush Sea’ […]

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