BLOG ROUND-UP: The state of wildfire risk reduction in California; Protecting the river and water supply in the Bay-Delta Plan Update; Speculative financing for Delta tunnel engineering work; The double-meaning of accidental lake; and more …

In blogs this week: The State of Wildfire Risk Reduction in California; Protecting the River and Water Supply in the Bay-Delta Plan Update; Speculative financing for Delta tunnel engineering work; The double-meaning of accidental lake; $24.6 Billion National Flood Insurance Program Debt Explained in One Chart; An Opportunity to Restore Fish Abundance on the Eel River; The Unchallengeable Man; and […]

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UPCOMING CALENDAR EVENTS: Urban Water Institute looks at the future of Western Water; Central Valley groundwater contamination workshops; Central Coast and the edge of drought tour; Incentivizing groundwater recharge

Urban Water Institute Annual Conference: Looking into the future: Western water in 2070 August 14-16, San Diego The Urban Water Institute will hold its annual conference at the Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa.  Panel discussion topics include climate change, PFAS, groundwater banking, the Colorado River, and the Bay Delta.  Pat Mulroy to give the closing keynote speech. Click here […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: First reintroduced salmon return to CA rivers; Dialing in on temperatures for winter-run salmon; How much water do snowpacks hold? A better way to answer the question; House attempts to block relocation of the USGS; and more …

In science news this week: First reintroduced salmon return to California rivers in a critical step towards recovery; Hot and Cold: Dialing in on Temperatures for Winter-Run Salmon; Putting Nature on the Map (Literally); Delta Independent Science Board seeks comment on Interagency Ecological Program review; How much water do snowpacks hold? A better way to answer the question; Through smoke […]

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BLOG ROUND-UP: The smelt excuse; Searching for the truth about “water grabs”; A President who gets it!!; Ties between the Delta and groundwater sustainability in CA; and more …

In blogs this week: The Smelt Excuse; Searching for the truth about “water grabs”; A President Who Gets It!!; Ties Between the Delta and Groundwater Sustainability in California; Forward Progress to Reactivate our Floodplains in the Sacramento Valley; Climate Change and Wine – Is the Glass Half Full or Half Empty?; The Trump Administration’s Latest Efforts to Hobble the Clean […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Invertebrates with altitude: Effects of drought in mountain streams; Vintner steps forward to protect endangered salmon; Fish hitch a ride in bird guts; Is wildfire management ‘for the birds?’; and more …

In science news this week: Invertebrates with Altitude: Effects of Drought in Mountain Streams; Photo Essay: The Vegan Trout; California Vintner Steps Forward to Protect Endangered Salmon; Food flight: Fish Hitch a Ride in Bird Guts; Raised in Rice Fields; Is wildfire management ‘for the birds?’; A Drier Future Sets the Stage for More Wildfires; Great Plains’ Ecosystems Have Shifted […]

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BLOG ROUND-UP: Newsom’s water resilience portfolio, Groundwater-only lands in the San Joaquin Valley, Tunnels and seismicity, When water wonks play water games; and more …

This week in blogs: Families Protecting the Valley on Governor Newsom’s water resilience portfolio; Got Surface Water? Groundwater-only Lands in the San Joaquin Valley; Assessing the Delta tunnel project as a seismic upgrade; Challenges and opportunities for integrating small and rural drinking water stakeholders in SGMA implementation; When water wonks play water games; and more … Families Protecting the Valley […]

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