DAILY DIGEST: Engineers design repairs to sunken section of Friant-Kern Canal while politicians look for funding; PG&E Orphaned the Potter Valley Project: What’s Happened & What Comes Next?; A wet winter will likely lead to a whale of a year for hydro in California; and more …

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In California water news today, Engineers design repairs to sunken section of Friant-Kern Canal while politicians look for funding; PG&E Orphaned the Potter Valley Project: What’s Happened & What Comes Next?; A wet winter will likely lead to a whale of a year for hydro in California; Pebble Beach commits to clearing golf balls from the coast; Ocean conditions appear […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: Momentum builds for public investment in water-storage projects; Energy Dept, CA spar over nuclear site cleanup; EPA sets stage for Cargill plans in Redwood City; What’s ahead for CA following waterlogged winter?; and more …

In California water news this weekend, Momentum builds for public investment in California water-storage projects; Fong proposes redirecting high speed rail state bonds for Central Valley water storage projects; Energy Department, California spar over nuclear site cleanup; EPA sets stage for Cargill plans in Redwood City; Radio show: What’s ahead for California Following Waterlogged Winter?; Congress wants to see acting […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Feds give CA $205M for Oroville Dam spillway restoration; McCarthy wants high-speed rail funding to go to water projects; Ex-Zone 7 manager retiring from WaterFix interim leader post; Can Newsom’s tap water tax plan stay afloat?; and more …

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In California water news today, Feds give California $205 million more for Oroville Dam spillway restoration, only a portion of Oroville Dam spillway cost; McCarthy wants high-speed rail funding to go to water projects; Ex-Zone 7 Manager Retiring from WaterFix Interim Leader Post; Can Newsom’s Tap Water Tax Plan Stay Afloat?; State Water Board holds informational meeting on PFAS; and […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Trump pressure on CA water plan excludes public, rushes science, emails show; Sacto River Settlement Contractors successfully defend challenge to renewal of water contracts; Meet CA’s new environment czar; Water seeping down reconstructed Oroville Dam spillway; and more …

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In California water news today, Trump Pressure on California Water Plan Excludes Public, Rushes Science, Emails Show; Sacramento River Settlement Contractors Successfully Defend Challenge Under the Endangered Species Act to Renewal of Water Contracts; Despite California’s long drought, trillions of gallons of rainwater wastefully flowing into sea; Skiing in July? Squaw Valley extends season amid record snowfall near Tahoe; Meet […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Up to 3 feet of snow forecast for the Sierra; DWR hits pause on WaterFix; Wet winter aids groundwater replenishment; Forget the past, carbon-rich soil may be the ticket to sustainable agriculture; A long view of California’s climate; and more …

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In California water news today, Up to 3 feet of snow in the forecast for the Sierra Nevada as storm hammers California; The 20th atmospheric river of the season is set to drench California, again; Department of Water Resources hits pause on WaterFix; Wet winter aids groundwater replenishment; Forget the past, carbon-rich soil may be the ticket to sustainable agriculture; […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Pushback on effort to raise Shasta Dam; Overhyped blockchain perfect for monitoring groundwater; Lake Oroville continues to rise, Feds say Salton Sea not affected by drought plan; and more …

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In California water news today, Federal effort to raise Shasta Dam by 18.5 feet is getting some serious pushback; Blockchain is overhyped, but it’s also perfect for California’s drought problem; Measuring success in groundwater management; Lake Oroville continues to rise as Hyatt Powerplant releases stay steady; California’s Water Wars & Cannabis: Will Small Growers Be the Losers?; Wildfire in California […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Could a massive aquifer beneath the Mojave Desert help solve CA’s water problem?; Guerneville floods more than anywhere in the Bay Area. Why can’t it be fixed?; Colorado River’s decline poses long-term risks for Southern Nevada; and more …

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In California water news today, A massive aquifer lies beneath the Mojave Desert. Could it help solve California’s water problem?; Yuba Water agency finalizes proposal for state’s Bay-Delta Plan; Guerneville floods more than anywhere in the Bay Area. Why can’t it be fixed?; Colorado River’s decline poses long-term risks for Southern Nevada; Surprise! It’s a Bipartisan Bill, and a Gift […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: Voluntary agreements shared with State Water Board. Will they replace disputed flow plan?; Another major flood along Russian River raises question of what’s to be done; Breaking impasse, feds will include Salton Sea in seven-state drought plan, IID says; and more …

In California water news this weekend, Voluntary agreements shared with State Water Board. Will they replace disputed flow plan?; Hurtado introduces legislation to fix Friant-Kern canal; Area congressmen join together to provide federal support for proposed Sites Reservoir; Legislation would add local reps to Delta Stewardship Council; How atmospheric river storms tamed California’s drought; Snow in Forecast for a 2,500-Mile […]

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DAILY DIGEST: February storms doubled Sierra snowpack; New legislation introduced to increase local representation on the Delta Stewardship Council, repair sinking Friant-Kern Canal, fund Sites Reservoir; Complaint says Bernhardt misusing post to aid Westlands; and more …

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In California water news today, February storms doubled Sierra snowpack, state snow survey shows; New legislation introduced to increase local representation on the Delta Stewardship Council, repair sinking Friant-Kern Canal, fund Sites Reservoir; Fishermen cautiously optimistic about salmon season; Bernhardt misusing post to aid California water district, complaint says; How utilities can adapt cap and trade for water security; Climate […]

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DAILY DIGEST: With ‘atmospheric river’ winding down, flooding risk peaks and snow removal proves tricky; Governor Newsom takes a fresh look at WaterFix; Garamendi bill to protect Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta passes House; Solano supervisors weigh options to limit Delta restorations; and more …

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In California water news today, With ‘atmospheric river’ winding down, flooding risk peaks and snow removal proves tricky; Governor Newsom Takes A Fresh Look At WaterFix; Garamendi bill to protect Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta passes House; Solano supervisors commit another $70K in fight against Delta tunnels project; Solano supervisors weigh options to shape, limit Cache Slough, Delta restorations; California Senator proposes […]

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