YOUR INPUT NEEDED: Help shape the new California Water Library! What topics are most important to you?

New innovative information tool to launch on October 9th Dear Notebook readers, On October 9th, Maven’s Notebook will be launching a new companion website, the California Water Library, that will bring you unparalleled access to information on managing water, California’s most precious resource. At the water library, not only will you be able to search the library’s collection of reports […]

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NEWS WORTH NOTING: Napolitano holds forum on SoCal’s water future; Santa Ana Regional Water Board deems Huntington Beach Desalination Project application complete; Poseidon’s Carlsbad desalination plant plagued by problems, Huntington Beach proposal faces steep opposition

Napolitano Holds Forum on SoCal’s Water Future From Congresswoman Grace Napolitano’s office: Today, Rep. Grace F. Napolitano (D-El Monte) held a public forum with local residents and leaders of industry, government, research, and academia at the Performing Arts Center of Baldwin Park to discuss how to achieve a sustainable water future for Southern California. “Today’s forum is truly a team […]

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NEWS WORTH NOTING: Climate experts release latest science on sea level rise projections to support California policy guidance; LADWP runoff preparations underway in the Eastern Sierra region

Climate Experts Release Latest Science on Sea Level Rise Projections to Support California Policy Guidance From the California Natural Resources Agency: In a compelling analysis of the factors that affect how much the ocean will rise along California’s coast in coming decades, a seven-member team of experts has provided the State with a report on the best-available sea-level rise science […]

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Dear readers: Breaking news is business as usual at Maven’s Notebook, and what a winter it has been for just that!   In a short span, Californians saw the state’s five-year drought all but evaporate, worried about possible dam failure and welcomed new federal infrastructure funding. What else can 2017 hold? Make a tax-deductible donation to Maven’s Notebook and support timely […]

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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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