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 […]

» Read more

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 […]

» Read more

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 […]

» Read more

BLOG ROUND-UP: Drought, fish, and water in California; Future climate change starts with steps now; Is Gavin Newsom just a slicker version of Jerry Brown on the environment?; Why is water temperature in the Delta so important?; and more …

This week in California water blogs: Drought, fish, and water in California; Future Climate Change Starts With Steps Now; Is Gavin Newsom Just a Slicker Version of Jerry Brown on the Environment?; Why is Water Temperature in the Delta so important?; DWR rushes to complete geotechnical drilling in WaterFix project alignment; Resilience to water scarcity: How Central Valley farmers can […]

» Read more

BLOG ROUND-UP: Oops, DWR Did It Again; You can’t address the Colorado River Basin’s problems without addressing the Salton Sea; The LA River and the trade-offs of water recycling; Sustaining integrated portfolios for managing water in California; The untimely death and life of the Colorado River; and more …

This week in California water blogs: Oops, DWR Did It Again; You can’t address the Colorado River Basin’s problems without addressing the Salton Sea; The LA River and the Trade-Offs of Water Recycling; Sustaining integrated portfolios for managing water in California; The untimely death and life of the Colorado River; The evolving law of state protection of environmental resources on […]

» Read more

BLOG ROUND-UP: Bernhardt’s Bay-Delta Plan runs into a problem: science; Why everybody is so excited about 23 salmon; Artifishal: New film asks, have we reached the end of wild?; Interview with the Salton Sea; and more …

This week in California water blogs: Bernhardt’s Bay-Delta Plan Runs into a Problem: Science; Why Everybody Is So Excited About 23 Salmon; Artifishal: New Film Asks, Have We Reached the End of Wild?; Salmon and Sturgeon Compromised in Near-Record Water Year — June 2019; Flood Mapping in California: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly; Interview with the Salton Sea; […]

» Read more

BLOG ROUND-UP: SB1, Leaders With Vision; Fostering Sustainability in the San Joaquin Valley; SGMA and Dairies; All water is local. Sort of.; and more …

This week in California water blogs: Trek Towards Smarter Water Policy May be  Stopped in Its Tracks by SB1; Leaders With Vision; Fostering Sustainability in the San Joaquin Valley; Economic Tradeoffs in Groundwater Management During Drought; SGMA and Dairies; What does the future hold for irrigation management?; All water is local. Sort of.; and more … California’s Marathon Trek Towards […]

» Read more

BLOG ROUND-UP: Does California need SB1?; Resilience and the portfolio approach; Some common questions on water, part 2; The new normal of no more labels; and more …

This week in blogs: California needs SB 1; Gov. Newsom can be a climate leader by focusing on resilience. Here’s how; On the Public Record is still wrestling with the “portfolio approach”; Some common questions on California water (Part II); California’s Growing Demand for Recycled Water Has Ripple Effects; The new normal of no more labels; Is there a “Grand […]

» Read more

BLOG ROUND-UP: A water portfolio planning report card; Making key policy decisions in advance of droughts; Science panel calls attention to the CV hatchery salmon problem; Why don’t we hear about more species going extinct?; and more …

A water portfolio planning report card for California:  Jay Lund writes, “Governor Newsom recently called for a state portfolio of actions to manage water under rapidly changing climate and other conditions. This post reviews the state of water portfolio planning in California today.  In this complex changing world, major problems are rarely solved with a single solution or a single […]

» Read more

BLOG ROUND-UP: The DCP and the Salton Sea, Raising Shasta Dam, Flow and habitat in the Delta, DWR meetings, ESA, A Book Review of The Dreamt Land, and more …

No dignity for the Salton Sea in this DCP:  “If the Salton Sea could speak for itself, what would it say?  That’s the provocative question raised in the short video above, which builds on an essay that appeared in the last installment of the Salton Seasaw.  Both pieces examine the same events of March 28, 2019, when Rep. Tom McClintock […]

» Read more
1 2 3 35