DAILY DIGEST: Oroville Dam repairs could top $500 million; CA’s groundwater basins get new ‘pilots’; CVP reservoirs start with comfortable carryover; With drought a fading memory, water use rises; Photo gallery: What the wildfires leave behind; and more …

In California water news today, Oroville Dam repairs could top $500 million; California’s groundwater basins get new ‘pilots’ – and in some cases, several; CVP reservoirs start with comfortable carryover; With drought a fading memory, water use rises; CDFA’s Karen Ross: Water and labor are big issues for California; Flood control plan calls for further drawdown of Lake Oroville; Winter […]

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DAILY DIGEST: El Nino, La Nina, or neither? That’s the question this winter for NorCal; How Las Vegas aims to be the next Silicon Valley for water innovation; State Water Board adopts cannabis cultivation policy; Oroville Dam flood plan calls for keeping the lake lower than usual; and more …

In California water news today, El Nino, La Nina, or neither? That’s the question this winter for Northern Californians; How Las Vegas aims to be the next Silicon Valley for water innovation; State Water Board adopts cannabis cultivation policy; Oroville Dam flood plan calls for keeping the lake lower than usual; District OKs smaller version of Delta water tunnel plan; […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Santa Clara Valley Water District votes on Cal Water Fix; Governor vetoes water rights bill; State Board’s proposed water plan brings statewide impact; Rising seas: What you need to know about the danger lapping at California’s shores; and more …

In California water news today, Santa Clara Valley Water District rejects Jerry Brown’s twin Delta tunnels plan; Brown administration says it’s willing to consider one tunnel approach to Delta tunnels project; Governor vetoes water rights bill; State Board’s proposed water plan brings statewide impact; Rising seas: What you need to know about the danger lapping at California’s shores; and more […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Key vote on $17 billion Delta tunnels project today in San Jose; The Delta from within; DWR plans lower elevation for Oroville heading into flood season; Water Deeply Talks: Water markets; Western Innovator: Improving crops, waterfowl habitat; and more …

In California water news today, Key vote on $17 billion Delta tunnels project today in San Jose; The Delta from within; DWR plans lower elevation for Oroville heading into flood season; Water Deeply Talks: Water markets; Western Innovator: Improving crops, waterfowl habitat; How California’s North Bay fires became the state’s deadliest; Researchers propose an open ‘internet of water’ tracking use, […]

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DAILY DIGEST: As water agencies cast votes, future of Delta tunnels remains unclear; Why one LA-based enviro group supports the Delta tunnels; Parks and water bond to be on 2018 ballot; The public trust doctrine: A modern debate over a classic doctrine; and more …

In California water news today, As water agencies cast votes, future of Delta tunnels remains unclear; Here’s why one LA-based environmental group broke with the pack and supports the Delta tunnels project; Get ready to see a plan for billions of dollars in parks and water improvements on California’s 2018 ballot; The public trust doctrine: A modern debate over a […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: PG&E project blamed for harming endangered fish in the Eel River; CA’s multi-million pot farms going up in smoke; North Bay open space managers wait to survey damage; Western AZ tribes could lease Colorado River water; and more …

In California water news this weekend, PG&E project blamed for harming endangered fish in the Eel River; California’s multi-million pot farms going up in smoke; As California grows, so does the risk of living next to wildfire-prone areas; John T. Racanelli, pro-environment California justice, dies at 91; Environmental groups to Humboldt County: No new cannabis grows; North Bay open space […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Kern County Water Agency, Castaic Lake Water Agency vote to support Water Fix; Vast majority of 710,000 salmon, trout survive wine country fires; California’s wildfires: Why have they been so destructive?; The challenge of preserving California’s coastal legacy; and more …

In California water news today, Kern County Water Agency opts to support Brown’s Water Fix; Kern County agency votes to help fund Delta water delivery system; Castaic Lake Water Agency backs Delta tunnels plan; Vast majority of 710,000 salmon, trout survive wine country fires; California’s wildfires: Why have they been so destructive?; Coastal protection on the edge: The challenge of […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Downsizing raised as possibility as Delta tunnels clear hurdle; Legal analysis: Numerous parties oppose DWR’s attempt to obtain judicial approval for Cal Water Fix bonds; What needs to be done to stop wildfires in drought-killed forests; and more …

In California water news today, Downsizing raised as possibility as Governor’s Delta Plan clears hurdle; Legal analysis: Numerous Parties Oppose the California Department of Water Resources’ Attempt to Obtain Judicial Approval of Bonds for the California Water Fix Project; What needs to be done to stop wildfires in drought-killed forests; Climate conditions behind deadly October 2017 wildfires; Legal analysis: First […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Metropolitan, Coachella Valley vote yes on Delta tunnels; Los Angeles mayor on Jerry Brown’s tunnel plan: just build one; State board sticks to flow regime on Sacramento River; What pumps tell us about water, power, and the worker; and more …

In California water news today, Southern California water agency approves pitching in $4.3 billion for massive Delta tunnels project; Metropolitan says yes to the tunnels; $17 Billion Twin Tunnels OK’d By Southern California Water District; Coachella Valley water agency supports Jerry Brown’s controversial $17 billion project; Los Angeles mayor on Jerry Brown’s tunnel plan: just build one; State board sticks […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Cal Water Fix faces critical MWD vote today in LA; A landmark California plan puts floodplains back in business; CA tribe wants to bring their salmon home from New Zealand River; The soft underbelly of the SGMA; and more …

In California water news today, $17 billion Delta water tunnels project faces critical MWD vote today in LA; What’s at stake for Southern Californians in upcoming tunnels vote; Water wholesaler poised to vote on Delta tunnels; A landmark California plan puts floodplains back in business; Water group funding research on Delta smelt; California tribe wants to bring their salmon home […]

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