DAILY DIGEST: Trump team weakens endangered species protections for CA salmon and Delta smelt; Reducing regulations for small farmers a priority for Central Valley Water Board; DWR celebrates the completion of tidal habitat restoration in the Delta; As waters rise, so do concerns for sports teams along coast; and more …

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In California water news today, Trump team weakens endangered species protections for California salmon and delta smelt; Reducing regulations for small farmers a priority for Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board; DWR Celebrates the Completion of Tidal Habitat Restoration in the Delta; As waters rise, so do concerns for sports teams along coast; It’s official: Eureka formally transfers Indian […]

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DAILY DIGEST: San Francisco Estuary health report offers mixed review; Huffman files bill to protect, bolster salmon rivers; California tribe regains island it calls center of universe; Can you pass the climate change solutions quiz?; The week in water podcast; and more …

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In California water news today, San Francisco Estuary health report offers mixed review; Huffman files bill to protect, bolster salmon rivers; California tribe regains island it calls center of universe; The lost river: Mexicans fight for mighty waterway taken by the US; Money from socially responsible investors flows into US water stocks; Quiz: The most effective ways to curb climate […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: Delta smelt are dying: How this affects the state’s water; Ups and downs of groundwater levels after the Ridgecrest earthquakes; Federal action plan focused on improving water prediction for the West; Can seawater desalination save the world?; and more …

In California water news this weekend, Delta smelt are dying: How this affects the state’s water; The Ups and Downs of Groundwater Levels after the July 2019 Ridgecrest, CA Earthquakes; California Families Are Hungry While a Third of Crops Rot in Fields; Newsom declared the state should spend more on climate change. It ignited a firestorm; Federal action plan focused […]

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DAILY DIGEST: California likely to see a dry winter, but nothing’s certain; Groundwater pumpers beware: The Public Trust Doctrine is lurking; California delays ballast water treatment standard; The pros and cons of introducing non-native fish species; and more …

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In California water news today, California likely to see a dry winter, a federal report warns. But nothing’s certain; New groundwater law will have significant impact on Valley farmers starting in 2020; Groundwater Pumpers Beware: The Public Trust Doctrine is Lurking; California delays its almost-impossible-to-achieve ballast water treatment standard; The pros and cons of introducing non-native fish species; What climate […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Water Board OKs 35-year plan to tackle farm pollution; Groundwater recharge projects get boost under AB 658; New CA law creates path to water industry jobs for Vets; DWR prepares CA water system for next ‘Big One’; and more …

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In California water news today, California Water Board OKs 35-Year Plan to Tackle Farm Pollution; Groundwater Recharge Projects Get Boost Under AB 658; New California Law Creates Path to Water Industry Jobs for Vets; DWR Prepares California Water System for Next ‘Big One’; ‘I’m standing right here in the middle of climate change’: How USDA is failing farmers; State requirements […]

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DAILY DIGEST: As SGMA plows forward, small farmers seek more engagement; New spill in Kern County oil field; What we know about Newsom from the 1,042 bills sent his way; BLM cites threat to environment as a reason for more border wall in San Diego; and more …

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In California water news today, As Groundwater Law Plows Forward, Small Farmers Seek More Engagement; New Chevron Crude Spills Emerge in Kern County Oil Field; Forest plans affect grazing, logging, water; Guerrilla Gatherers: California tribes are breaking the law to maintain their traditional ways of life.; The Quiet, Intentional Fires of Northern California; Here’s What We Know About Newsom From […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Tests of California water supplies reveal widespread PFAS contamination; State water officials to vote on valley-wide plan to reduce nitrate and salt; Deadly bacteria lingers at CA prison 7 months after inmate death; New laws help prepare communities for wildfire; and more …

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In California water news today, Tests of California water supplies reveal widespread PFAS contamination; State Water Officials To Vote On Valley-Wide Plan To Reduce Nitrate And Salt; Deadly bacteria lingers at California prison 7 months after inmate death, and costs climb; Surplus for New Water Year Will Help Farmers in 2020; Researchers Find Antibiotic Resistant Genes Prevalent In Groundwater Samples […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Increased population strains limits of Chico’s sewer system; Floating plastic island in the SF Bay may offer a new way to protect coasts from floods; Monsoon a total letdown for Southwest; Enviros lament ‘lost opportunity’ with lead rule revamp; The week in water podcast; and more …

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In California water news today, Increased population strains limits of Chico’s sewer system; Study: Former San Geronimo Golf Course should be wastewater site; A floating plastic island in the San Francisco Bay may offer a new way to protect coasts from floods; The Monsoon Was A Total Letdown For The Southwest; Park Service plan for Colorado River below Glen Canyon […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: Wildfires affect water resources long after the smoke clears; Small farmers and SGMA; Envisioning and designing the floating future; The salmon cannon podcast; and more …

In California water news this weekend, Wildfires Affect Water Resources Long After the Smoke Clears; Radio show: What Is ‘SGMA?’ A Primer On California’s Groundwater Overhaul Law; Small Farmers And SGMA; Agencies release Delta-conveyed water transfer environmental reports; Envisioning and Designing the Floating Future; The salmon cannon podcast; Can Super-Sized Aquarium Bubblers Save Oxygen-Starved Fish In Oregon?; Sacramento: Water company […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Recharging depleted aquifers key to CA’s water supply future; Governor’s veto of SB 1 criticized; Were the PG&E shutoffs necessary?; Officials demand investigation into Trump admin’s CA threats; Ocean clean-up machine finally works; and more …

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In California water news today, Recharging Depleted Aquifers No Easy Task, But It’s Key To California’s Water Supply Future; Of vetoes and vehemence: Governor’s recent veto of SB1 criticized as playing into the hands of an anti-environmental White House; Millions are out of power in California, but were the PG&E shutoffs necessary?; 600 former EPA officials demand investigation into Trump […]

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