DAILY DIGEST: Two ranches set out to see if ag and conservation can co-exist facing a water-scarce future; Water releases increase at Lake Shasta, Folsom Lake ahead of storms; CA considers environmental laws on single-use plastics, climate change, wastewater reuse and more; and more …

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In California water news today, Water rights (and wrongs): Two ranches set out to see if agriculture and conservation can co-exist facing a water-scarce future; Water Releases To Increase At Lake Shasta, Folsom Lake Ahead Of Pending Storms; California considers environmental laws on single-use plastics, climate change, wastewater reuse and more; California’s ‘Big One’ could be a volcanic eruption; Cannabis […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Winter Storm Ryan brings snow to Sierra, flood threat returns; White House committee to reassess climate science report; LA County wants authority over L.A. River flood-control channels owned by the feds; and more …

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In California water news today, Winter Storm Ryan brings snow to Sierra, flood threat returns; Trump to set up science panel to counter his own government’s climate change consensus, officials say; LA County wants authority over L.A. River flood-control channels owned by U.S. government; Gila River Community reaches deal with Arizona over drought plan; and more … In the news […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: Can the Valley balance people, water, ag, and environment?; New atmospheric river set to hit NorCal on Monday; The David Bernhardt scandal tracker; Gila River Indian Community moves ahead with Colorado River drought plan after clash with lawmaker; and more …

In California water news this weekend, California’s Central Valley: Ground zero in water war; Can the Valley Balance People, Water, Ag, and Environment?; New atmospheric river set to hit Northern California on Monday; Similar to hurricanes, California storms now ranked by their own ‘Cat’-like scale; West’s active winter so far has had a huge impact on drought; The David Bernhardt […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Lake Tahoe snowpack best in western US; resorts shatter February snowfall records; DWR doesn’t expect to use Oroville Dam spillway anytime soon — but it’s preparing if necessary; Central Valley farms and cities acting to achieve sustainable groundwater use; and more…

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In California water news today, Lake Tahoe snowpack best in western US; resorts shatter February snowfall records; DWR doesn’t expect to use Oroville Dam spillway anytime soon — but it’s preparing if necessary; Central Valley Farms And Cities Acting To Achieve Sustainable Groundwater Use; Bill reintroduced to subject the Cadiz water project to further review; California avocado production struggles to […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Feds announce initial CVP water allocation. Westlands isn’t pleased; Hertzberg bill aims to capture more stormwater; Potter Valley Project: Could the dam go and the diversions remain?; Army Corps asked to prioritize Whittier Narrows Dam repairs; and more …

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In California water news today, Feds announce initial Central Valley Project water allocation. Westlands isn’t pleased; KQED Forum: Delta Project Scaled Back to One Tunnel. Now What?; See all that water flowing to the sea? Bill by Senator Hertzberg aims to save it; Water crises north and south; Potter Valley Project: Could the dam go and the diversions remain?; Cautious […]

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DAILY DIGEST: CA has received enough precipitation this month to fill Shasta 12 times; CA Democrats ask for more water to be allocated to farmers; Can rate structures provide an incentive for conservation?; Officials: Arizona will miss federal deadline for Colorado River Plan; and more …

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In California water news today, 18 trillion gallons: Calif. has seen enough precipitation this month to fill Lake Shasta 12 times; CA Democrats ask for more water to be allocated to farmers; California wastes so much of its rainwater. Here’s why; Pricing California’s Water During the Drought: Can Rate Structures Provide an Incentive for Conservation?; US Appeals Court Slams FERC […]

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DAILY DIGEST: California’s shifting water politics; Fish in the fields; Cal Poly researcher looks back at California’s mega drought; Turning Desalination Waste Into A Useful Resource; Supreme Court to review high-stakes Clean Water Act fight; and more …

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In California water news today, California’s shifting water politics; Fish in the fields; Cal Poly researcher looks back at California’s mega drought; Turning Desalination Waste Into A Useful Resource; 18 trillion gallons of water has poured into California during February storms; The future of cities in a changing climate; Supreme Court to review high-stakes Clean Water Act fight; and more […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Federal commission accepts MID, TID plan for river flows. Will state water board agree?; George Skelton: Brown was obsessed with twin-tunnel vision. Newsom has a more realistic view; Rare mega storm could overwhelm LA-area dam and flood dozens of cities, experts say; and more …

In California water news today, Federal commission accepts MID, TID plan for river flows. Will state water board agree?; George Skelton: Brown was obsessed with twin-tunnel vision. Newsom has a more realistic view; Rare mega storm could overwhelm LA-area dam and flood dozens of cities, experts say; Pacific storms continue to pile snow onto Sierra Nevada snowpack; For those living […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: Metropolitan ready to support scaled-down Delta tunnel plan; Snow too thick to plow keeps skiers from resorts; Conserving water is still a priority for CA. How about other states?; Bold plan: Replace the Border Wall with an Energy–Water Corridor; and more …

In California water news this weekend, Metropolitan Water District ready to support scaled-down Delta tunnel plan; Snow too thick to plow keeps skiers from California resorts; Conserving water is still a priority for California. How about other states?; California Water District Opens Spigots for Tech Upgrade; $1.9 million to be spent on ridding California of giant rodents; Gov. Gavin Newsom […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Downsizing the Delta tunnel plan: what it means for water and ecosystems; El Niño is back but it’s late, weak and probably no big deal; Sites Reservoir is Sac Valley’s water project. But L.A. is taking a huge role; Comment Period Open for Proposed WOTUS Rule; and more …

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In California water news today, Downsizing the Delta tunnel plan: what it means for water and ecosystems; MWD’s GM Jeff Kightlinger on California Water Infrastructure; Mudslide sweeps house off hill as storm pounds California; El Niño is back but it’s late, weak and probably no big deal; Sites Reservoir is Sacramento Valley’s water project. But L.A. is taking a huge […]

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