DAILY DIGEST: CA could be on the brink of its worst-ever wildfire season; The magic of CA’s swimming holes; AG Becerra fighting Trump on the environment at every turn; Why the FEMA isn’t ready for catastrophes; and more …

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In California water news today, California Could Be on the Brink of Its Worst-Ever Wildfire Season; The Magic of California’s Swimming Holes; How ground-based GPS stations help weather forecasters predict heavy rain and flooding; The latest casualty of Trump’s trade war with China? California wine; Atty. Gen. Becerra, It Does Seem Like You Are Fighting Trump On The Environment At […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: Surviving the next drought: It’s political in the Central Valley; The end of Cabernet in Napa Valley?; Crash of the kelp forests; Underwater sound system tries to keep whales and ships apart in Santa Barbara channel; Colorado River cuts negligible for AZ, NV; and more …

In California water news this weekend, Surviving the Next Drought: It’s Political in the Central Valley; The end of Cabernet in Napa Valley?; The crash of the kelp forests; New maps show how little is left of West Coast estuaries; Deadline passes, Trump’s BLM advances relocation plans; In the Santa Barbara Channel, an underwater sound system tries to keep whales […]

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WATER PLAN eNEWS: ~~ Portfolio Webinar~ MCA Guidelines~ Economic Summit~ Drought Manual~ Watershed Symposium~ Splash ~~

This week’s California Water Plan eNews includes: Water resilience portfolio recommended actions to be discussed during webinar Comments being accepted on draft mitigation credit agreement guidelines Registration opens for November’s annual California Economic Summit New drought manual available from American Water Works Association California watershed symposium set for November in Auburn California Water Plan Splash: Six main goals Click here […]

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DELTA eNEWS: ~~ Conservancy Analyst~ Photography Exhibition~ Chili Cook-off~ DSC Meeting~ Delta Cleanup~~

This issue of the Delta eNews includes: Delta Conservancy seeks Community Projects Analyst Big Break photography exhibition Chili cook-off Delta Stewardship Council August 22 meeting notice Delta waterway cleanup To read this edition of Delta eNews, click here.   Click here to view all posted announcements. Get the Notebook blog by email and never miss a post! Sign up for […]

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NOTICE: Updated Sacramento Water Allocation Model Available

From the State Water Resources Control Board: This message is to advise interested parties that the State Water Resources Control Board (Board) has posted an updated version of its baseline Sacramento Water Allocation Model (SacWAM) on the Board’s file transfer protocol (FTP) site.  The model is planned to be used in habitat analyses of potential voluntary agreements related to updates […]

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DAILY DIGEST: CA measure aims to protect environment from Trump rollbacks; Siskiyou County admits defeat in Scott Valley groundwater case; Turning up the heat on more dam storage; First-ever mandatory water cutbacks for Colorado River next year; and more …

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In California water news today, California measure aims to protect state’s environment from Trump rollbacks; Siskiyou County admits defeat in Scott Valley groundwater case; Turning up Heat on More Dam Storage; Lawmaker cheers USDA’s rural water grants; Caps on groundwater use create a new market in California; UCLA to lead $10 million California conservation project; A great climate comes from […]

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NEWS WORTH NOTING: Reclamation announces 2020 Colorado River operating conditions; New report on climate equity and seismic resilience for the Delta; City of Weed throws in the towel on water dispute with Roseburg Forest Products; Free well testing program for San Benito County

Reclamation Announces 2020 Colorado River Operating Conditions From the Bureau of Reclamation: The Bureau of Reclamation today released its Colorado River Basin August 2019 24-Month Study, which sets the annual operations for Lake Mead and Lake Powell in 2020. Based on projections in the 24-Month Study, Lake Mead will operate in the Normal or ICS Surplus Condition in Calendar Year […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Largest legal weed farms face conflict in wine country; New mapping reveals lost West Coast estuary habitat; CA burning 26 times less than in 2018; West trading water for cash but water is running out; Epic snow doesn’t erase the West’s long-term drought; and more …

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In California water news today, California’s Largest Legal Weed Farms Face Conflict In Wine Country; New mapping reveals lost West Coast estuary habitat; California is burning 26 times less than it did in 2018. Why?; New sprinklers will soon be more expensive in California. Here’s why; The West Is Trading Water for Cash. The Water Is Running Out; 2°C: Beyond […]

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