DAILY DIGEST: Sierra peaks an inch taller after CA drought, NASA finds; Oroville Dam crisis sparked $1.2B in claims. State hasn’t paid a dime; Q&A: How to get CA’s infrastructure ready for climate change; ‘I got railroaded,’ Los Banos dairyman says after admitting to illegal dumping; and more …

In California water news today, Sierra peaks an inch taller after California drought, NASA finds; Oroville Dam crisis sparked $1.2 billion in claims. State hasn’t paid a dime; Q&A: How to get California’s infrastructure ready for climate change; ‘I got railroaded,’ Los Banos dairyman says after admitting to illegal dumping; Report: What California learned from drinking water/wastewater challenges in 2017; […]

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DAILY DIGEST: State Water Board hears concerns about water quality regulations; Oroville spillway Q&A: Addressing vegetation, design, and cracks; Dry weather continues in California. Time to start worrying about another drought?; and more …

In California water news today, State Water Board hears concerns about water quality regulations; Oroville spillway Q&A: Addressing vegetation, design, and cracks; Dry weather continues in California. Time to start worrying about another drought?; Statewide water savings down to single digits in October; Drought kills 27 million more trees in California; and more … On the calendar today … California […]

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DAILY DIGEST: State releases analysis of Oroville spillway cracks; UCI scientists unveil new satellite-based global drought severity index; California losing 2 million trees a month as drought-related plague drags on; Clean Water Act may offer ‘magic key’ for dam removal; and more …

In California water news today, State releases analysis of Oroville spillway cracks; UCI scientists unveil new satellite-based global drought severity index; California losing 2 million trees a month as drought-related plague drags on; Clean Water Act may offer ‘magic key’ for dam removal; Placer County dam project raising concerns along the Bear River; and more … On the calendar today […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Second La Nina winter could extend drought across the West; ‘King tides’ are rising, so groups span the globe to monitor it; California’s hellish fires: A visit from the Ghost of Christmas Future; and more …

In California water news today, Second La Nina winter could extend drought across the West; ‘King tides’ are rising, so groups span the globe to monitor it; California’s hellish fires: A visit from the Ghost of Christmas Future; Report: California dam owners allow problems to linger; and more … On the calendar today … Sustainable Groundwater Management Criteria Public Meeting: […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: Break the law, or let your cattle die? A Los Banos dairy farmer had to make that choice; Firefighting at Christmas may become the new normal; Recycling more water could reduce the amount flowing to the Salton Sea; and more …

In California water news this weekend, Break the law, or let your cattle die? A Los Banos dairy farmer had to make that choice; Firefighting at Christmas may become the new normal; Southern California is burning. Is climate change to blame?; Dan Walters: The ironic cause of our greenhouse gas decline; Eel River Recovery Project: Salmon run expected to be […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Cracks, clogged drains, broken valves among the litany of problems at California dams; Silicon Valley wants to solve our water problems; Dry spell continues in Northern California: Are we headed back into drought territory?; and more …

In California water news today, Cracks, clogged drains, broken valves among the litany of problems at California dams; ‘These things add up.’ Could recurring problems compromise safety of California dams?; See the inspection reports for important dams in your region; Silicon Valley wants to solve our water problems; Dry spell continues in Northern California: Are we headed back into drought […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Wine country wildfire costs now top $9 billion; costliest in California history; Northern Californians blast DWR over dam repairs; Why 2017’s record wildfire season is getting worse; Sinking land results in issues along Friant-Kern canal; and more …

In California water news today, Wine country wildfire costs now top $9 billion; costliest in California history; Northern Californians blast DWR over dam repairs; Assemblyman Adam Gray: Need real changes for water future; Groundwater pumping fees are not taxes, California court says; Hundreds turn out to speak up about controversial water project; Why 2017’s record wildfire season is getting worse; […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Cold but no rain in the immediate forecast. Is California having a dry winter?; Sound water data is essential to California water resource management; Oroville spillway report delayed; coming soon; Pioneering practice could help California reverse groundwater depletion; and more …

In California water news today, Cold but no rain in the immediate forecast. Is California having a dry winter?; Sound water data is essential to California water resource management; Oroville series, part one: DWR says it’s ready for winter rains; Oroville spillway report delayed; coming soon; Pioneering practice could help California reverse groundwater depletion; How rice farmers restore endangered fish […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Melting ice could cause more California droughts; Ruling: Water districts don’t need voter approval on fees; Portable treatment system to create first virtual water district; High-pressure ridge settles along West Coast: Is it ever going to rain again?; and more …

In California water news today, Melting ice could cause more California droughts; Climate scientists see alarming new threat to California; California water districts don’t need voter approval on fees; Portable treatment system to create first virtual water district; High-pressure ridge settles along West Coast: Is it ever going to rain again?; Some say the Tahoe snow line is moving up; […]

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DAILY DIGEST: How climate change is impacting the American West right now; Panel discussion: Protecting and restoring free flowing rivers; Baby endangered salmon use different rivers than expected, study shows; Feds disband Trinity River Project watchdog group; and more …

In California water news today, How climate change is impacting the American West right now; Panel discussion: Protecting and restoring free flowing rivers; Baby endangered salmon use different rivers than expected, study shows; Feds disband Trinity River Project watchdog group; Grapegrowers, Napa County team up to help landowners install erosion controls; Proponents file signatures for new Napa watershed and oak […]

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