Daily Digest, early edition: Tuolomne Community’s only source of water may go dry by summers end and more …

In California water news today, Tuolumne community’s only source of water may go dry by summer’s end; UC research orchard in trouble; How San Diego is solving its water shortage problems; Arizona town near Grand Canyon runs short on water; Federal government failed to inspect higher risk oil wells, and tired rhetoric undermines the hard work of Central Valley growers, […]

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Daily Digest, Mother’s Day edition: State plunges ahead to build twin tunnels, parched state braces for fire season, medical marijuana grows sucking watersheds dry, start ups aim to solve water woes, and more …

In California water news this weekend, State plunges ahead to build twin tunnels; Despite extreme drought, water restrictions rare; California drought: Parched state braces for fire season; Startups aim to solve California water woes; California drought afflicts new almond farmers; Study shows medical marijuana grows drying local watersheds; Drought’s latest effect? Sacramento Valley farmers fallow rice land; Delta Independent Science […]

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Daily Digest: Drought draining pocketbooks, drying up wells, and forcing sale of cattle, the insanity of California water policy, and more …

In California water news today, a thirsty California puts a premium on water; Little help for a million Californians on wells in historic drought; 5 dramatic ways California is tackling drought; California drought: El Niño probability raised to 78 percent for next winter; Water technology conference focuses on drought; Paramount Farms official says drought forcing groundwater regulation, fewer farming acres; […]

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Daily Digest: Feinstein working to keep CA drought legislation alive, Santa Barbara City Council starts process to reactivate desal plant, plus the BDCP, water cops, and more …

In California water news today, anti-drought bill the talk of the California delegation; Skepticism growing toward ‘twin tunnels’ project: Gov. Brown’s Bay Delta Conservation Plan in hot water; Siskiyou supervisors join call for ‘balanced’ California water bond; Rice planting moving along, with some changes due to tight water supply; Sacramento water conservation cops watch every…last…drop; Bill to create a Paso […]

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Daily Digest: Climate change, water flowing uphill, curtailments, water use by county and by residence and more, plus SAWPA’s Celeste Cantú on what’s missing from the debate

In California water news today, climate change being felt across the United States, new report says; Water flows uphill? Maybe, in California drought; ‘Curtailments’ and other woes tighten supplies; California’s water use by county; Or how about use by residence?  Valencia Water Company announces personal drought report for residential customers; Drought wreaks havoc on almond growers as water prices skyrocket; […]

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Daily Digest, early edition: Jerry Brown warns of wildfire dangers, Tree fruit industry concerns, groundwater reports, and much more news and commentary, plus a Delta rap and the State Water Board TUCP workshop on webcast

In California water news today, Jerry Brown warns of dangerous fires in the coming months; Almond output threatened by drought; Water issues are serious concern for tree fruit industry if drought lasts another year; Groundwater at historic lows throughout California; Interior secretary: East Bay conservation efforts are a model for the nation; New Bullards Bar FERC relicensing docs filed; Milpitas […]

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Daily Digest: Water curtailments likely, BDCP flaw, dam decisions and more …

In California water news today, California drought prompts likely limits on tapping rivers; California drought may devastate wildlife populations; Santa Barbara looks to sea for water in drought; Has the BDCP’s fatal flaw been found?; Firm seeks to mine the headwaters of the Smith River; Battle brewing over bottled water plant plans for Mt. Shasta; Eel River Recovery Project releases 2013-2014 report; […]

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Daily Digest, weekend edition: San Joaquin River Exchange Contractors poised to ‘make a call’ on the river, Delta Protection Commission holds BDCP comment workshop, and more …

In California water news today, San Joaquin River Exchange Contractors poised to ‘make a call’ on the river; Delta Protection Commission holds BDCP comment workshop; residents speak out; Water slows but milk flows; Vallejo water pipeline expansion in full swing; Fremont: Water overuse penalties considered; Coarsegold company on the cutting edge of showerheads; Mokelumne Wild and Scenic bill passes Senate Committee; Northern San Joaquin Valley […]

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Daily Digest: Snow survey results (with video), Delta residents unhappy with BDCP media coverage, Richard Frank on unreasonable use of water in wine country, and more, plus exploding whales and an update on Portland’s urine tinged reservoir water

In California water news today, final snow survey’s dismal results (with video); Drought prompts likely limits on tapping rivers; Water rights curtailments result from abysmal California snow pack, Delta Stewardship Council discusses water storage; Mark Ghilarducci and California brace for epic drought and fire; Large almond crop projected despite drought; Drought could affect the price of your rodeo ticket; Report: […]

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Daily Digest: Water cutbacks loom, Auburn Dam – the project that will not die, groundwater, salmon and more, plus that $1 trillion Colorado River water

In California water news, water cutbacks looming for California farmers, water agencies; California water managers bracing for more bad news from snow survey; Auburn Dam: the project that will not die; Groundwater crisis looms for the state; Assembly Committee approves groundwater legislation; This year’s salmon catch may be the last good one for awhile; Trinity Board of Supervisors supports minimum […]

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