DAILY DIGEST: Raised in Rice Fields; The Green New Deal wants farmers to restore the land, not keep wrecking it; Can providing bathrooms to homeless protect CA’s water quality?; State, cities tackle challenges of sea level rise; Cows and climate change; and more …

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In California water news today, Raised in Rice Fields; The Green New Deal wants farmers to restore the land, not keep wrecking it; Can Providing Bathrooms to Homeless Protect California’s Water Quality?; A Million Californians Don’t Have Clean Drinking Water. Where Do They Live?; Water, Water, Water Everywhere: State and local cities tackle challenges of sea level rise; Cows and […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Salamanders face extinction from plans to raise Shasta Dam; To clean drinking water, just add microbes; Despite water levels, Oroville spillway release ‘unlikely’; Felt an earthquake on the Colorado-Utah border? It’s probably this federal facility; and more …

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In California water news today, Salamanders face extinction from plans to raise Shasta Dam; To Clean Drinking Water, Just Add Microbes; Despite water levels, Oroville spillway release ‘unlikely’; Legislators Join In Nutria Battle; California was warned about climate change 30 years ago. Now it’s feeling the effects; Felt An Earthquake On The Colorado-Utah Border? It’s Probably This Federal Facility; and […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Paradise water agency faces state ultimatum: Fix your cracked dam spillway; Farmers vs fish: The story of Delta smelt; Despite record runoff, toxic algae persists in CA waterways; Lower Colorado River Basin can still expect shortage next year; and more …

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In California water news today, Fire-ravaged Paradise water agency faces state ultimatum: Fix your cracked dam spillway; Farmers vs Fish: The Story of Delta Smelt; Despite Record Snow Melt, Toxic Algae Continues To Bloom In California Lakes And Ponds; State may receive reinforcements in nutria battle; Oroville operations update; Atmospheric rivers getting warmer along U.S. West Coast; As the oceans […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Plumbing experts question CA’s post-fire water testing guidance; Grower on the ground floor; San Joaquin Valley faces ‘pivotal moment’ for water; Does limited underground water storage make plants less susceptible to drought?; and more …

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In California water news today, Plumbing Experts Question California’s Post-Fire Water Testing Guidance; Grower on the ground floor; San Joaquin Valley faces ‘pivotal moment’ for water; Does limited underground water storage make plants less susceptible to drought?; Sierra Seedlings Illustrate Effects of Climate Change on Next Generation of Forests; NASA helps warn of harmful algal blooms in lakes, reservoirs; Cigarette […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Climate change upending agriculture and land use in the Central Valley; No plans to use Lake Oroville’s main spillway this summer; Salmon season is booming, fisherman say; Device to trap plastic waste in Pacific Ocean relaunches; and more …

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In California water news today, A Time of Reckoning in the Central Valley: Climate change is upending agriculture and land use; No plans to use Lake Oroville’s main spillway this summer; Salmon Season Is Booming, Fisherman Say; Device to trap plastic waste in Pacific Ocean relaunches; A run through Colorado’s Yampa whitewater reveals the wildness that remains. But will the […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: The environmental downside of cannabis cultivation; Officials: State reservoirs looking ‘robust’; The West’s worst fires aren’t burning in forests; Why what you know about the water cycle might be misleading; and more …

In California water news this weekend, The Environmental Downside of Cannabis Cultivation; Officials: State reservoirs looking ‘robust’; California fishermen report the biggest salmon season in a decade; California Bill on PFAS Chemicals Advances, But in Watered Down Form; ‘Centers of Insurrection’: Central Valley Farmers Reckon With Climate Change; The West’s worst fires aren’t burning in forests; Why what you know […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Who owns groundwater? Lawsuit seeks to answer the question; State thanks ‘robust’ storms for higher water allocation; The Delta Conveyance Design and Construction Authority’s role in assisting DWR; Native Americans want more than California’s apology; and more …

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In California water news today, Who owns groundwater? Lawsuit seeks to answer the question; State Thanks ‘Robust’ Storms for Higher Water Allocation; The Delta Conveyance Design and Construction Authority’s Role in Assisting DWR; ‘This is all stolen land’: Native Americans want more than California’s apology; Rice fields provide protected habitat for young salmon; Protecting US from rising sea levels will […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Newsom Catches Heat for Using Climate Funds on Drinking Water Plan; How 1 farmer navigates CA’s strict limit on groundwater; NOAA Fisheries adopts new plan for West Coast ecosystem science and management; Groundwater pumping has significantly reduced US stream flows; and more …

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In California water news today, Newsom Catches Heat for Using Climate Funds on Drinking Water Plan; Radio show: How 1 Farmer Navigates California’s Strict Limit On Groundwater; California Lawmakers Approve Plan to Improve Water Management With a Network of Stream Gages; Congress passes $30 million Salton Sea bill; NOAA Fisheries adopts new plan for West Coast ecosystem science and management; […]

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DAILY DIGEST: State distributes grants to help implement SGMA; CDFW documents statewide impact of recent drought on fish and aquatic species; Wildlife and way of life in the North Delta?; Trump says ‘air and water are the cleanest they’ve ever been’ in US; and more …

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In California water news today, State distributes grants to help implement SGMA; CDFW Documents Statewide Impact of Recent Drought on Fish and Aquatic Species; Wildlife and Way of Life in the North Delta?; Legal alert: Resolution Adopting New Water Rates Not Subject to Referendum; California Shows Decreased Use of Most-Hazardous Pesticides; OSU researchers study ways to help rivers amid climate […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Wet winter is a boon for skiers and water supply, but increases wildfire threat; Paying for clean water with climate change money worries some CA lawmakers; Harder pushes for passage of water bill; Environment and energy debates take center stage in Washington DC; and more …

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In California water news today, Wet California winter is a boon for skiers and water supply. But it brings a threat: Wildfires.; Why fighting for clean water with climate change money worries some California lawmakers; Harder pushes for passage of water bill; Long Beach joins international dancers to bring attention to water issues; Environment and energy debates take center stage […]

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