DAILY DIGEST: Delta tunnels, diversity the focus of new California water leader; California to conduct season’s first snow survey; Lessons from Orange County’s water strategy; Five big things Governor Brown did on climate change; Why overall water use is declining in US despite population growth; and more …

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In California water news today, Delta tunnels, diversity the focus of new California water leader; California to conduct season’s first snow survey; Lessons from Orange County’s water strategy; Five big things Governor Brown did on climate change; Trump has yet to nominate a DOI secretary to replace Ryan Zinke, so here’s who’s taking over; Speaking of water – Looking back […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Storm train to resume along the West Coast this weekend; A decade later for the Yuba River Accord; The most important new CA enviro and health laws of 2019; The fight over ‘Waters of the US’; and more …

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In California water news today, Storm train to resume along the West Coast this weekend; A decade later for the Yuba River Accord; LA County and Malibu will study Woolsey fire response in a ‘new era of threat’; The Most Important New California Environmental and Health Laws of 2019; The fight over ‘Waters of the US’; and more, plus the […]

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DAILY DIGEST, New Years Day edition: Big NorCal water deals will trickle down to San Diego; More rain due to climate change may not mean more water resources; House Democrats end year with EPA-Interior spending plan; and more …

Step out of the history that is holding you back. Step into the new story you are willing to create.   – Oprah Winfrey Wishing you a wonderful and happy 2019! May it be a year filled with love, joy, ideas,  and success … (and of course, water !!!) From Maven In California water news today, Big Northern California Water […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend/Monday edition: California’s droughts hurt fight against climate change. Study tells us why; Is Valley drought back? 2018 ends as a drier-than-normal year; As the funds run out, EPA will furlough 13,705 employees; and more …

In California water news this weekend, California’s droughts hurt fight against climate change. Study tells us why; Is Valley drought back? 2018 ends as a drier-than-normal year; Republicans push innovation as a climate change solution; Novato Creek tide gauges aid sea-level rise, flood planning; As the funds run out, EPA will furlough 13,705 employees; Charting a New Course for Water […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Is it too early to talk drought?; Landslides, mudslides and debris flows regardless of El Niño; Groups call on state to protect wetlands from Trump rollbacks; It was the ‘land of the free’. Then the water disappeared; and more …

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In California water news today, Is it too early to talk drought?; Landslides, mudslides and debris flows regardless of El Niño; A trillion acre-feet of water? Trinity County water diverters to pay $10,000 for lax reports; Livermore Valley water reductions may be next; From California budget to water, Brown leaves lasting mark; Groups call on state to protect wetlands from […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Water projects agree to update operations pact; Tiny salamander could spell problems to heighten Shasta Dam; Trump’s rule a wild card for Western water supplies; and more …

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In California water news today, Water projects agree to update operations pact; Tiny salamander could spell problems to heighten Shasta Dam; Trump’s rule a wild card for Western water supplies; Trump eyes Denham as Secretary of the Interior; and more … In the news today … Water projects agree to update operations pact:  “Intending to create immediate environmental improvement and […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Private woodlands lost to California wildfire — and may not be replaced; Department of Interior: Set social media profanity filter on strong; Plastic may be in water after Camp Fire; Big numbers of fall chinook salmon return to Mokelumne River; and more …

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In California water news today, Private woodlands lost to California wildfire — and may not be replaced; Department of Interior: Set social media profanity filter on strong — shutdown plan; Rare lily habitat to be preserved in forestry land sold to state; Plastic may be in water after Camp Fire; Novato wetlands project cleared for $5.7M infusion; Big numbers of […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend/Monday edition: A city rose on the marshes. Will the Bay take it back?; What Jerry Brown fixed and couldn’t fix; EPA: Come to work next week says Wheeler; EPA braces for onslaught of lawsuits in 2019; and more …

In California water news this weekend, A city rose on the marshes. Will the Bay take it back?; What Jerry Brown fixed and couldn’t fix; California ‘Water Grab’ Faces First Legal Challenge; EPA: Come to work next week says Wheeler; EPA braces for onslaught of lawsuits in 2019; and more … Monday: No new stories of any real note this […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Water transfers to the environment on the rise; Warming winters, dwindling snowpack to squeeze CA’s water resources; Catch a snowflake to help scientists understand how winter storms change the Sierra; US hydropower droughts cause rise in greenhouse gas emissions; and more …

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In California water news today, Water transfers to the environment on the rise; Warming Winters and Dwindling Sierra Nevada Snowpack Will Squeeze Water Resources in Parts of California, NOAA Reports; Catch A Snowflake And Help Scientists Understand How Winter Storms Change The Sierra Nevada; US hydropower droughts cause rise in greenhouse gas emissions; and more … In the news today […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Deal could avoid shutdown, but CA water measures will have to wait; Dems’ House takeover could mean big changes for CA water policy; Merced Irrigation District plans lawsuit to fight Bay Delta Plan; Candidates to replace Zinke quietly maneuver; and more …

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In California water news today, Deal could avoid shutdown, but California wildlife and water measures will have to wait; Democrats’ House takeover could mean big changes for California water policy; Merced Irrigation District plans lawsuit to fight controversial Bay Delta Plan; Wide fluctuation in October water conservation numbers; How climate change is affecting small Sierra Nevada lakes; Stanford water law […]

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