DAILY DIGEST: ‘Under the radar’ hearings grind on for Delta tunnels; Vanishing salmon could doom tribe’s culture; Expansion of Los Vaqueros Reservoir wins regional backing; Trump administration moves to shrink marine sanctuaries, repeal Clean Water Rule; and more …

In California water news today, ‘Under the radar’ hearings grind on for Delta tunnels; What Delta tunnel project approval means to opposition; Vanishing salmon could doom tribe’s culture; Expansion of Los Vaqueros Reservoir wins regional backing; Jellied sea creatures confound scientists, fishermen on US Pacific Coast; Reclamation veteran Brenda W. Burman Nominated as Commissioner of the Bureau of Reclamation; Trump […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Feds say Delta tunnels won’t push fish over the brink; How California got its first groundwater market; The Kings River flooded from snowmelt that couldn’t be measured or predicted; and more …

In California water news today, Huge milestone for Delta tunnels: Feds say they won’t push fish over the brink; Feds: Tunnels won’t jeopardize fish; Key federal agencies clear the way for proposed Delta tunnels project; Federal agencies greenlight proposed Delta tunnel project; How California got its first groundwater market; The Kings River flooded from snowmelt that couldn’t be measured or […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Feds to give update on Delta water tunnels; Delta Plan CSO amendment approved; As Kings River recedes, flood damage assessed; Drought over, but controversy over conservation continues; and more …

In California water news today, Feds to give update on Delta water tunnels; Delta Plan CSO amendment approved; As Kings River recedes, evacuees assess flood damage amid work to close levee breaches; Add blazing sun to heavy snowpack, and you get hazardous rivers in the Valley below; California drought may be over but conservation controversy continues; and more … In […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: After the Kings River breaks its banks, now it’s the San Joaquin River that might flood; State water chief steps down; Flood plan boosts floodplain; EPA plans to buy out more than 1200 employees this summer; and more …

In California water news this weekend, Mandatory evacuations ordered after two levee breaches along the Kings River; After the Kings River busts its banks, now it’s the San Joaquin River that might flood; State water chief, the face of the Oroville spillway crisis, steps down; Flood plan boosts floodplain; Wet winter ups the ante for hikers on popular US trail; […]

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DAILY DIGEST: To prevent Pine Flat Dam from being overtopped, more water sent down the Kings River; CCWD joins water conservation fight; McClintock’s bill to streamline dam projects passes house; David Sedlak on drought and the ‘yuck’ factor; and more …

In California water news today, To prevent Pine Flat Dam from being overtopped, more water sent down the Kings River; Kings River flows increased; The Sierra snowpack is massive – and melting fast; Runoff from record winter could damage secret archaeological site; Calaveras County Water District joins water conservation fight; Rep. Tom McClintock’s bill to streamline dam projects passes house […]

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DAILY DIGEST: From drought to deluge and back again – working landscapes address the challenges; State Water Board invests $4.5M in recycled water research; Trump’s ‘puddle and ditch’ order will have destructive ripple effect; and more …

In California water news today, From drought to deluge and back again – working landscapes address the challenges; WE&RF To Receive $4.5M Grant From California State Water Board For Recycled Water Research; OC’s ‘toilet to tap’ drinking water a tough sell even on a hot day; Heat wave should not hinder dam repairs, contractor says; California sees some of highest […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Bill aims to have California save water for a not-so-rainy day; Delta Caucus objects to Brown’s Water Fix project; Federal flood proposal brings concerns about land use; Scary looking fish make new home at Feather River fish hatchery; and more …

In California water news today, Bill aims to have California save water for a not-so-rainy day; Delta Caucus objects to Brown’s Water Fix project; Heat wave sending record snow melt surging into rivers; Flood proposal brings concerns about land use; Temperance Flat Project aims to add to Central Valley water; Hell or high water: How will California adapt to the […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Farmer seeks settlement in Clean Water Act case; Between extremes: California rises from drought; Dams: ‘Relics’ or vital to an ‘all of the above’ fix?; Why ‘hydro-politics’ will shape the 21st century; and more …

In California water news today, Farmer seeks settlement in Clean Water Act case; Between extremes:  California rises from drought; Heat wave accelerating runoff from the Sierra; Dams: ‘Relics’ or vital to an ‘all of the above’ fix?; Why ‘hydro-politics’ will shape the 21st century; and more … On the calendar today … The State Water Resources Control Board will meet […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Oroville Dam repair is huge, but so is residents’ mistrust; Oroville may stick it out w/DWR settlement agreement for another year; Wet winters and wildfires; Tamarisk beetles chewing through trees; and more …

In California water news today, Oroville Dam repair is huge, but so is residents’ mistrust; Some say Oroville Dam crisis trashed the Feather River.  Is the state responsible?; Dam safety records should be made public, says the SF Chronicle; DWR settlement agreement: Oroville may stick it out for another year; What a wet winter means for wildfire season; North Coast: […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: Farmer lashes out over plowing dispute; Could desalinated water from Mexico flow to San Diego?; Latest forecast shifts Lake Mead from big gain to small loss; and more …

In California water news this weekend, Farmer lashes out over plowing dispute; Could desalinated water from Mexico flow to San Diego?; Latest forecast shifts Lake Mead from big gain to small loss; It’s June.  California is still covered in snow; Utah State engineers design solutions to repair nation’s tallest dam; Russian River Watershed Association seeks public input; Bay Area: Some […]

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