DAILY DIGEST: Cal Water Fix workshop ends with Council chair calling for DWR to withdraw determination; Q&A with ACWA’s Tim Quinn; Arizona drought talks in crisis as CAP devises controversial new proposal; and more …

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In California water news today, Cal Water Fix workshop at the Delta Stewardship Council ends with Chair Fiorini suggesting the Department of Water Resources withdraw consistency determination; Q&A with ACWA’s Tim Quinn; See how a warmer world primed California for large fires; Study examines costs, benefits of clean water measures; Marin County helps Dillon Beach describe its water story; Mass […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Delta Council staff determination presents hurdle for WaterFix; Delta tunnels project circling the drain after elections; State of discord: Water in CA; Harvard spent $100M on vineyards, now it’s fighting with the neighbors (corrected link); and more …

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In California water news today, Delta Stewardship Council Staff Determination Presents Hurdle for California WaterFix Project; Delta tunnels project circling the drain after elections; State of discord: Water in California; Harvard Spent $100 Million on Vineyards. Now It’s Fighting With the Neighbors; Democrat Harder upsets GOP Representative Denham; Corporate sand mining in San Francisco Bay sparks ‘sand wars’; and more […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Will rain wipe out Camp Fire and wind clear the smoke?; Death on the Delta puzzles fishing community, state officials; CA’s “hydro cannons” and other predictions from the past about the future of water; New groundwater rules will cost Kern County 24,000 jobs; and more …

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In California water news today, Will rain wipe out Camp Fire, and wind clear the smoke? Weather Service gives outlook; Death on the Delta puzzles fishing community, state officials; Sierra snowpack and the San Joaquin River Restoration Program; California’s “hydro cannons” and other predictions from the past about the future of water; Toxic taps abound in rural Tulare County, failed […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Camp Fire: Oroville Dam officials keep close watch on approaching blaze; Megafires More Frequent Because Of Climate Change And Forest Management; Spending fight will headline ‘fairly brief’ lame duck; and more …

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In California water news today, Camp Fire: Oroville Dam officials keep close watch on approaching blaze; Megafires More Frequent Because Of Climate Change And Forest Management; High fire danger continues in SoCal through Wednesday; Pattern change may increase rain chances Thanksgiving Week; Dams: History, anatomy and common reasons for failure; Spending fight will headline ‘fairly brief’ lame duck; and more […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Approved by water agencies, killed by voters: the California water bond; Dan Walters: Newsom will find a stack of Brown leftovers; Steve Lopez: One California calamity after another, and yet we always endure; and more …

Happy Veterans Day (which was actually yesterday … ) In California water news today, Approved by water agencies, killed by voters: the California water bond; GOP Rep. Denham falls behind Democrat Harder; Dan Walters: Newsom will find a stack of Brown leftovers; Steve Lopez: One California calamity after another, and yet we always endure; Amid Chronic Drought, Lake Cachuma Shaping […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: As CA’s groundwater free-for-all ends, gauging what’s left; Developing El Niño may be good news for fire risk; Trump threatens to pull federal funding for CA wildfires over ‘gross mismanagement’; A bubbling pool of mud is on the move near the Salton Sea; and more …

In California water news this weekend, As California’s Groundwater Free-for-All Ends, Gauging What’s Left;  Developing El Niño and California’s Upcoming Wet Season May Be Good News for the Fire Risk; How science fared in the midterm elections; Trump threatens to pull federal funding for California wildfires over ‘gross mismanagement’; Poseidon desalination plant scores low in ranking of Orange County water […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Delta Stewardship Council issues draft determination on Cal Water Fix; Did gas, homeless people and sick kids kill California’s water bond?; El Nino has 80% chance of forming this winter; Army Corps to allow more storage in Lake Mendocino; and more …

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In California water news today, Delta Stewardship Council issues draft determination on Californa Water Fix; Did gas, homeless people and sick kids kill California’s water bond?; El Nino has 80% chance of forming this winter, scientists predict; Thousands flee three fast moving California wildfires; Klamath Tribes drop lawsuit over endangered sucker fish; Rain study in Ukiah helps convince Army Corps […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Board agrees to Newsom-Brown request to delay decision on water plan; Prop 3 failed, so what’s next for the Friant Kern canal?; How Gov-Elect Gavin Newsom could shape California’s future, issue by issue; and more …

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In California water news today, Board agrees to Newsom-Brown request to delay decision on water plan; Prop 3 failed, so what’s next for the Friant Kern canal?; How Gov-Elect Gavin Newsom could shape California’s future, issue by issue; The State of Jefferson’s plan for a California divided; 5 crops in the crosshairs of climate change; and more … On the […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Governor Brown asks State Water Board to postpone today’s vote; Newsom wins, Denham has edge over Harder, but final results not in yet; Prop 3 defeated; Does the Inland Empire have enough water for population growth?; and more …

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In California water news today, Governor Brown asks State Water Board to postpone today’s vote; Newsom wins, Denham has edge over Harder, but final results not in yet; Prop 3 defeated; New methods to be implemented to ensure safe drinking water in Redding; Does the Inland Empire have enough water for population growth?; State fully committed to Salton Sea, says […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Trial date set for Oroville Dam lawsuits against DWR; Climate change and California’s water supply: How can we adapt?; Where Cox and Newsom stand on the top issues; and more …

In California water news today, Trial date set for Oroville Dam lawsuits against DWR; Climate Change and California’s Water Supply: How Can We Adapt?; Where California gubernatorial candidates John Cox and Gavin Newsom stand on the top issues in the state; Proposition 3 pours money on Central Valley water projects, faces opposition; Every president since 1961 was warned about climate […]

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