DAILY DIGEST: Farmers and IID fight for water rights; Uncorked potential (or Delta wine and WaterFix); After 65 years, salmon return to the San Joaquin River; EPA proposes weaker standards on chemicals contaminating drinking water; and more …

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In California water news today, Farmers and IID fight for water rights; Uncorked potential (or Delta wine and WaterFix); After 65 years, salmon return to the San Joaquin River; How the Blockchain Could Protect California’s Aquifer; How Silicon Valley provides the blueprint for cleaning up our drinking water; EPA Proposes Weaker Standards on Chemicals Contaminating Drinking Water; and more … […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Harder introduces bill to fund Valley water projects; Crowfoot on implementing Gov. Newson’s water agenda; Dead fish in the Yolo Bypass, Salmon return to San Joaquin River, Delta smelt on extinction’s edge; Colorado’s innovative thinking for funding water projects; and more …

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In California water news today, Harder unveils bill funding Valley water projects, including reservoir near Patterson; California’s New Natural Resources Secretary Takes on Challenge of Implementing Gov. Newsom’s Ambitious Water Agenda; Dead fish wash up near $6.3 million passageway designed to protect them. Why didn’t it work?; A big first for the San Joaquin River Restoration Program: Spring-run Chinook salmon […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Can sensor data save CA’s aquifers?; Safe Drinking Water Trust bill passes second Senate policy committee; Imperial Beach collaborates with Gullah/Geechee Nation on sea level rise; Newsom offers a new approach to California’s water issues, say Don Nottoli and Bill Dodd; and more …

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In California water news today, Can sensor data save California’s aquifers?; Safe Drinking Water Trust Bill Passes Second Senate Policy Committee; Imperial Beach collaborates on sea level rise; Newsom offers a new approach to California’s water issues, say Don Nottoli and Bill Dodd; and more … On the calendar today … Safe and Reliable? The Future of California Water from […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Newsom hits back at Trump in new fight over CA water; A town could finally get clean water if its neighbor helps; Federal judge dismisses key pieces of Agua Caliente tribe’s claim; Mission Springs Water District: “We’ve been hijacked by Desert Water Agency”; and more …

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In California water news today, Gov. Gavin Newsom hits back at Trump in new fight over who controls California water; A California town could finally get clean water – if its neighbor is willing to help; Lawsuits are a weapon in major water conflicts; Spiritual Leader and Chief of the Winnemem Wintu Tribe Caleen Sisk Receives Earth Day Award; Are […]

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DAILY DIGEST, Earth Day Edition: As Delta smelt spiral toward extinction, a future in captivity awaits; CA farmers growing weeds to capture carbon; Climate change and CA’s crops; Ten most eco-friendly cities in the US (6 of them in CA); How Americans see climate change in 5 charts; and more …

Happy Earth Day! In California water news today, As California’s delta smelt spirals toward extinction, a future in captivity awaits; California has farmers growing weeds to capture carbon; Growing Awareness: Climate Change and California’s Crops; California growers say their new water rules mean safer romaine for everyone; AB 756 Would Require All California Water Systems to Test for PFOA and […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: California and the West prepare to get by on less water from the Colorado River; Blumenfeld on pesticides, recycling reform, Trump; Birds and brews; Leonardo da Vinci and water; Sunday podcasts; NorCal Superbloom video; and more …

Happy Easter/Passover/Sunday! In California water news this weekend, California and the West prepare to get by on less water from the Colorado River; California’s New Enviro Chief Talks Alternative Pesticides, Recycling Reform and Trump ‘Upside-Down Days’; Forest management research to help fight effects of climate change; Birds and Brews: How breweries are trying to conserve western river habitats; This “plasticarium” […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Reclaiming the lost population of winter-run Chinook salmon; Water abundance mixed blessing for farms; Seawater intrusion: Understanding a growing threat to freshwater; Secretive ‘harbor master’ steers Colorado River campaign; and more …

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In California water news today, Reclaiming the lost population of winter-run Chinook salmon; Water abundance mixed blessing for farms; Seawater intrusion: Understanding a growing threat to freshwater; Lost sea creatures wash up on California shores as ocean climate shifts; Why Are So Many Gray Whales Washing Up Dead on California’s Coast?; Arsenic in Some Bottled Water Brands at Unsafe Levels, […]

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DAILY DIGEST: IID sues to halt Colorado River drought plan signed by Trump, says officials ignored Salton Sea; West-Side Water Ticks Up to 65% of Allocation. Will It Hit 100%?; Legal analysis of new wetlands regulations; Colorado River’s biggest champion: Walmart heirs; and more …

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In California water news today, IID sues to halt Colorado River drought plan signed by Trump, says officials ignored Salton Sea; West-Side Water Ticks Up to 65% of Allocation. Will It Hit 100%?; State Treasurer Fiona Ma announces sale of $299.6 million in bonds for State Water Project; Legal analysis: What to Expect Under California’s “New” Dredged or Fill Discharge […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Trump signs Colorado River drought plan; Water users try to adopt ‘orphaned’ PG&E project; Six Key Takeaways from the State Water Board’s New Cannabis Cultivation Policy; New guide on avoiding degraded water quality under SGMA; and more …

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In California water news today, ‘Monumental achievement’: Trump signs Colorado River drought plan; Water users try to adopt ‘orphaned’ PG&E project; Six Key Takeaways from the State Water Board’s New Cannabis Cultivation Policy; New guide on avoiding degraded water quality under SGMA; Could California host a hydropower renaissance?; Farm leaders advocate on Capitol Hill; States say half of wetlands would […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Natural Resources Secretary Wade Crowfoot on climate, water, and wildfires; The best NorCal waterfalls to visit right now; Tribes sue feds over geothermal leases on sacred land; Experts say Arizona tribes’ role in drought negotiations marks turning point for inclusion; and more …

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In California water news today, Natural Resources Secretary Wade Crowfoot on challenges of new climate reality; The best Northern California waterfalls to visit right now; Tribes sue feds over geothermal leases on sacred land; California heat waves could be predicted 2 weeks in advance, new UC Davis research shows; Wildfires alter stream chemistry for years; Experts say Arizona tribes’ role […]

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