Daily Digest: Sturgeon thriving where salmon struggling; The future of recycled water; Feds water use forecast for the Colorado River was too good to be true; and more …

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In California water news today, Sturgeon thriving where salmon struggling; Water works: Mehul V. Patel on the future of recycled water; More potentially toxic algae found on Lake Shasta; Is the capsized Spirit of Sacramento polluting the Delta?; Oxnard: Proposed power plant may face high level of opposition; Feds water use forecast for the Colorado River was too good to […]

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Daily Digest, Labor Day edition: State’s native salmon struggling in fifth year of drought; Here’s what’s happening to all that water bond money; Lake Powell could dry up in as little as six years; and more …

In California water news today, State’s native salmon struggling in fifth year of drought; Here’s what’s happening to all that water bond money; Santa Rosa, Sonoma County among thousands of water users on state’s tardy list for reports; Yuba River restoration project could increase fish populations; Old Sacramento River tour boat sinks in the Delta; and Lake Powell could dry […]

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Daily Digest, weekend edition: Toxic drainage deal nears completion; A flying fish that transformed the Sierra; The dam in the desert; Appeal pending in NorCal farmer’s WOTUS case; The future of water and energy technology in pictures; and more …

In California water news this weekend, Fair deal or government giveaway: Toxic drainage deal nears completion; A flying fish that transformed the Sierra – for better or for worse; The dam in the desert; Government agencies among those who fail to file water reports on time; Appeal pending in Hughson farmer’s Clean Water Act, WOTUS case; Who benefits from California’s […]

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Daily Digest: Governor Brown offering dinners to those who help defeat Prop 53; Arguing Stockton’s case against the Delta tunnels plan; Stockton’s Bear Creek levee saga comes to an end; California lawmakers enter final weeks of Congress seeking success; and more …

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In California water news today, Democrats: Dinner for donors to Brown-backed campaigns; Arguing Stockton’s case against the Delta tunnels plan; Stockton levee saga comes to an end; Hope for Delta smelt could flow from the Yolo Bypass; California lawmakers enter final weeks of Congress seeking success; Debunking the West’s biggest water myths; and more … In the news today … […]

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News Worth Noting: Delta Conservancy requests concept proposals for ecosystem restoration and water quality grants; Comments requested on agricultural water use efficiency grants; National weekly water and climate update

Delta Conservancy Announces 2016-2017 Request for Concept Proposals for the Ecosystem Restoration and Water Quality Grant Program From the Delta Conservancy: The 2016-2017 solicitation period for Concept Proposals to the Delta Conservancy’s Ecosystem Restoration and Water Quality Grant Program formally opened today, September 1, 2016. The Request for Concept Proposals can be found here and the final Grant Guidelines can be found here. […]

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Daily Digest: Experiment offers hope for Delta smelt; Obama announces Salton Sea initiatives at Tahoe summit; Nunes urges Valley farmers to support new dams, water storage projects; Senate passes bill on water storage; Hetch Hetchy lawsuit goes down the drain; and more …

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In California water news today, California experiment offers hope for fish near extinction; New strategy unveiled for Delta smelt; At Lake Tahoe, Obama links conservation to climate change; Obama announces Salton Sea initiatives at Tahoe summit; Nunes urges Valley farmers to support new dams, water storage projects; Senate passes bill on water storage; Hetch Hetchy lawsuit goes down the drain; […]

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News Worth Noting: Interior Department and State of California announce support for the Salton Sea; Legislature sends Governor landmark bill to submeter all new apartments, multifamily residences

Interior Department and State of California Announce Support for the Salton Sea Assistance will improve air and water quality and fish and wildlife habitat From the California Natural Resources Agency: Following President Obama’s remarks earlier today at the Annual Lake Tahoe Summit on climate and conservation challenges, Deputy Secretary of the Interior Michael Connor and State of California Natural Resources […]

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This just in … New Strategy to Improve Conditions for Delta Smelt Shows Promising Results

Comprehensive Approach Seeks to Reverse Decline in Smelt Population From the Department of Water Resources: The initial monitoring of a new strategy to improve conditions for the endangered Delta smelt shows significant promise in creating a bloom in the plankton that nourish these imperiled fish. State and federal leaders were joined today by Sacramento Valley farmers and water providers along […]

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Daily Digest: Project aims to feed Delta smelt – ‘They’re starving to death’; Experts weigh in on California’s biggest water priorities; Donald Trump visits Tulare looking for cash and talking water; California is running out of time to save the Salton Sea; and more …

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In California water news today, Project aims to feed Delta smelt – ‘They’re starving to death’; Experts weigh in on California’s biggest water priorities; Donald Trump visits Tulare looking for cash and talking water; California is running out of time to save the Salton Sea; Subterranean caves hold clues to past droughts; Cattlemen’s group urges ranchers to stay engaged on […]

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News Worth Noting: California Water Fix hearing update; Wildlife Conservation Board funds environmental improvement and acquisition projects; Russian River Independent Science Review Panel releases report; Santa Clara County Passes Resolution on San Francisco Estuary

California Water Fix hearing update From the State Water Resources Control Board: Since the hearing started on July 26, 2016, the petitioners have put on their case in chief covering: project description, engineering, operations, and modeling aspects of the WaterFix project. Last week, the hearing officers granted parties’ oral requests to cancel the August 29-30, 2016 hearing days so parties […]

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