DAILY DIGEST: Zinke to visit CA as GOP steps up fight over state’s water; Delta tunnels backers seek $1.6B loan from Trump administration; State posts Water Fix EIR, proposes changes; Newsom talks water storage in Fresno; and more …

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In California water news today, Interior Secretary Zinke to visit California as GOP steps up fight over state’s water; Delta tunnels get ‘real’ as backers seek $1.6B loan from Trump administration; State posts Water Fix EIR, proposes changes; Newsom talks gas tax, water storage, and rural vs. urban divide in Fresno; Water agencies, farmers say plan would cause pain; Scientists, […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Thirsty vineyard, Big Ag test landmark aquifer law; Sinking Central Valley floor is wrecking a key irrigation canal; Rising seas could cause problems for internet infrastructure; What Gavin Newsom said – and didn’t say – during his visit Monday in Modesto; and more …

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In California water news today, Thirsty vineyard, Big Ag test landmark aquifer law; Sinking Central Valley floor is wrecking a key canal supplying Fresno, farmers with water; Massive tree die-off brings unprecedented danger as wildfire burns near Yosemite; Bay Area Council Seeks to Raise a Statewide California Resilience Challenge Fund; Rising seas could cause problems for internet infrastructure; Kavanaugh in […]

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DAILY DIGEST: What the $8.9 billion water bond would buy; Why aren’t there more controlled burns?; Preparing for extreme weather by planting trees; Trump’s big reorganization plan gets second and third look; and more …

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In California water news today, What the $8.9 billion water bond would buy; Controlled burns can help solve California’s water problem; so why aren’t there more of them?; California is preparing for extreme weather: It’s time to plant some trees; Trump’s big reorganization gets second and third look; New EPA chief draws sharp contrast to Pruitt; and more … In […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: Oroville Dam: A tour of two spillways, phase two; All wildfires are not alike, but the US is fighting them that way; Andrew Wheeler, EPA: “I’ve always considered myself an environmentalist”; Reverberations continue across Valley over Bay Delta Plan; and more …

In California water news this weekend, Oroville Dam: A tour of two spillways, phase two; Next battle in the water wars begins; California voters almost always says yes to bonds, but don’t always understand the trade-offs; All wildfires are not alike, but the US is fighting them that way; Drought and extreme heat fuel wildfires across the West; Andrew Wheeler, […]

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DAILY DIGEST: The Valley floor is sinking, affecting ability to deliver water; Regulators turn to coalition for solutions to salt and nitrates in Valley groundwater; Bills proposed to amend ESA; House Democrats want to keep Interior official from working with former clients; and more …

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In California water news today, The Valley floor is sinking, and it’s crippling California’s ability to deliver water; Vexed by Salt And Nitrates In Central Valley Groundwater, Regulators Turn To Unusual Coalition For Solutions; How communities are turning stormwater from a liability to an asset; Radio show: Storm brewing over the future of Mono Lake and LA’s diversions; Western lawmakers […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Where will extra water in Sacramento river come from?; San Joaquin Valley rallies to fight state water plan; Save cliff-side homes or public beaches from rising seas?; The patch of water that can predict Southwest drought; and more …

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In California water news today, Where would extra water in the Sacramento River come from?; Oakdale: Area rallies against state’s ‘water grab’; Modesto councilman rallying support to contribute in the effort to fight state water plan; California will face a terrible choice: Save cliff-side homes or public beaches from rising seas; California meets greenhouse gas reduction goal years early; Lawmakers […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Metropolitan Water District again approves Delta tunnel funding; Bay-Delta plan would reduce water diversions more in the north than in the south; Opponents sue to nix ballot measure to split California in three; and more …

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In California water news today, Metropolitan Water District again approves Delta tunnel funding; Bay-Delta plan would reduce water diversions more in the north than in the south; Opponents sue to nix ballot measure to split California in three; A decade of fracking research: What have we learned?; Nonprofit files plan to remove four Klamath River dams; Community takes control of […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Appeals court rejects effort to tear down Yosemite’s Hetch Hetchy Reservoir; On the Yuba River, climate change means its time for a dam makeover; Feds want to remove millions of dead and dying trees from California’s forests; and more …

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In California water news today, Appeals court rejects effort to tear down Yosemite’s Hetch Hetchy Reservoir; On the Yuba River, climate change means its time for a dam makeover; Feds want to remove millions of dead and dying trees from California’s forests; The drought ended, so why is California’s fire season getting worse?; Orcas of the Pacific Northwest are starving […]

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DAILY DIGEST: How much water do coho salmon need? Researchers find surprising answer; A beach behind lock and key is turning into a fight over social justice; San Francisco to expand incentives for recycled non-potable use; and more …

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In California water news today, How much water do coho salmon need? Researchers find surprising answer; A beach behind lock and key is turning into a fight over social justice in California; San Francisco to expand incentives for recycled non-potable use in smaller buildings, breweries; Cal Am desal project in ‘home stretch’ at CPUC; Ventura moves to increase and diversify […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: CA’s new plan for allocating its water means less for farmers; Abolishing a water district isn’t easy – even when it’s accused of nepotism, mismanagement, and delivering brown water; 5 things to know about Pruitt’s replacement; and more …

In California water news this weekend, California has a new plan for allocating its water and it means less for farmers; Abolishing a water district isn’t easy – even when it’s accused of nepotism, mismanagement, and delivering brown water; Efforts to fight nutria in the Delta ramping up; Deepening drought in Western US costs ranchers money and heartache; 5 things […]

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