Daily Digest, weekend edition: Millerton Lake water could be headed to west side growers, drought tests Brown, American River the lowest in decades, and the Governor can’t make it rain, but he can desalinate, says commentary

News and commentary from the mainstream press, plus weather, webcasts, events and more … Everything you need to know about what’s going on in the world of water today! Drought means Millerton Lake water could be headed to west side growers, drought tests Jerry Brown, American River flow lowest in decades, Governor meets with task force and pledges help, a […]

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Daily Digest: Drought declaration not imminent, water bond drying up, water and the budget, Stanislaus groundwater lawsuit threatened and more

News and commentary from the mainstream press, plus weather, webcasts, events and more … Everything you need to know about what’s going on in the world of water today! Brown says governors can’t make it rain, drought drying up water bond, problems for utilities relying on hydropower, water and the budget, Feather River salmon headed for the San Joaquin, lawsuit […]

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Daily Digest: A storage only water bond, more time for requested to read BDCP, new gig for Famiglietti and of course, drought news …

News and commentary from the mainstream press, plus weather, webcasts, events and more … Everything you need to know about what’s going on in the world of water today! Logue introduces storage-only water bond, 2013 one of the worst years for Delta fish, opponents want more time to review documents, Famiglietti joins water board, and drought news wrap-up In the […]

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Daily Digest: Catholic bishops call on people of all faiths to pray for rain

News and commentary from the mainstream press, plus weather, webcasts, events and more … Everything you need to know about what’s going on in the world of water today! Drought declaration could come next month, thirsty state looks to Northern California but may come up dry, farmers feeling drought’s impact, Catholic bishops ask all to pray for rain, a new […]

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Daily Digest: Reclamation cuts flows in American River, Delta fish, cloud seeding, and more

News and commentary from the mainstream press, plus weather, webcasts, events and more … Everything you need to know about what’s going on in the world of water today! Reclamation cuts flows in American River, dry year not kind to Delta fish, hope for cloud seeding, fracking ban urged, and no end in sight for dry conditions On webcast today […]

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Daily Digest: Drought, Sites Reservoir and Owens Valley, plus slight chance of precipitation later this week

News and commentary from the mainstream press, plus weather, webcasts, events and more … Everything you need to know about what’s going on in the world of water today! Colorado River drought forcing a painful reckoning, Glenn and Butte County brace for drought, outrage in the Owens Valley, plus drought a chance to rethink water use, says editorial On the […]

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Daily Digest, the weekend edition: DWR’s Vogel responds to the $67 billion BDCP price tag, drought jeopardizing credit of water agencies, plus the latest commentary on the drought and the BDCP and more!

In the news today, snow survey just one-fifth of normal, no shortage of drought stories, DWR’s Nancy Vogel responds to the $67 billion BDCP price tag, drought jeopardizing credit of water agencies, water releases cut from Lake Mendocino, and more on Meral, plus commentary on the drought and the BDCP In the news this weekend … Snow survey just one-fifth […]

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Daily Digest: Delta Plan implementation, drought, plus ‘selfish few trying to derail BDCP’ says commentary, and more!

Happy New Year to you! The Daily Digest will be taking a break for the next few days, and will return with a full edition on Sunday, January 5.  The Notebook will return to the regular posting schedule on Monday, January 6. In the news today … Delta Plan Interagency Implementation Committee leaves out Delta representation:  ” … On Thursday, […]

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Daily Digest, weekend edition: ESA hits middle age, drought, Assm. Rendon, earthquakes and reservoirs, and more

News and commentary from the mainstream press, plus weather, webcasts, events and more … Everything you need to know about what’s going on in the world of water today! In the news this weekend … Endangered Species Act hits middle age:  Yes, the ESA turned 40 yesterday:  ” … Considered the world’s most powerful law protecting plants and animals from […]

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