MORE REACTIONS to Central Valley Project allocation announcement

On Wednesday, the Bureau of Reclamation released its long awaited Central Valley Project allocation for the upcoming growing season.  Generally speaking, all contractors are receiving full supplies with the exception of south-of-Delta M&I who will receive 90% and south-of-Delta agricultural contractors, who will receive 65%. Yesterday, I posted the reactions I could find at the time; here are a few […]

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There’s Still time to Support Maven’s Notebook in 2016!

Dear Friend of Maven’s Notebook, Your gift – whether a generous one-time gift or a monthly gift of $10 or more – will support the most objective, fact-based, comprehensive water reporting available:  Maven’s Notebook. Maven’s Notebook, now in its fourth year of operation, has emerged as a leading source of information on California water issues providing aggregated water news and […]

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Support objective water reporting by making a tax-deductible donation to Maven’s Notebook Today

Dear Readers, Thank you for reading Maven’s Notebook and affirming the value of our verbatim, unbiased, and comprehensive reporting. We are committed to equipping you and the entire California water community the information you need to tackle the big, complex, and ever changing issues affecting the water debate. Please consider supporting Maven’s Notebook by making a tax-deductible donation today. The […]

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Newly updated Delta and Statewide Planning Projects page

California Water Plan, California Water Action Plan, Bay Delta Plan, Delta Plan, California Water Fix, and more … this handy information page will help sort out the multitude of water planning processes currently underway Currently, there are three major planning processes focused exclusively on the Delta, two broader statewide plans, and multitudes of smaller plans and programs that affect the […]

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“A conversation about water” with Jeffrey Kightlinger

This post has moved.  You can find it here: http://mavensnotebook.com/2016/08/01/a-conversation-about-water-with-jeffrey-kightlinger/ Sorry for the confusion! Sign up for daily email service and you’ll never miss a post! Sign up for daily emails and get all the Notebook’s aggregated and original water news content delivered to your email box by 9AM. Breaking news alerts, too. Sign me up!

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California’s water leaders rely on Maven’s Notebook… and Maven’s Notebook relies on you!

Your support is needed to help keep this critical resource in operation The drought shows no signs of abating, and California’s water picture only grows more complex. Now more than ever, the impartial reporting and extensive coverage offered by Maven’s Notebook make it a daily “must-read” for everyone working on the state’s water issues. Can’t attend a meeting or conference […]

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Happy Fourth of July!

No posts today, but it’s not for my lack of trying Dear Readers, Happy Fourth of July! I won’t be posting a Daily Digest as it seems I caught most of it yesterday, and the only thing new of note I can find is a commentary by Newsha Ajami at Water Deeply: How California could reinvent the water sector, and […]

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House moves on California water bills, but toward what end?; Maven’s Notebook on a one-day hiatus

Dear readers, Maven’s Notebook is on a rare one-day hiatus today.  My eldest son graduated from high school Tuesday night, so a celebration is in order.  We’ve all gone off to play hookey at Universal Studios – the new Harry Potter ride awaits! I haven’t had the chance to look at all the day’s news, but the big story likely […]

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