DAILY DIGEST: What’s Up With All the Late-May Rain?; After 25 years winter-run salmon return to Battle Creek; As states gather to sign Colorado River drought plan, focus turns to what’s next; Trump’s EPA shifts more environmental enforcement to states; and more …

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In California water news today, What’s Up With All the Late-May Rain? Atmospheric Science Suggests Answers; More storms eye California, western US into Memorial Day weekend; After 25 years winter-run salmon return to Battle Creek; Mendocino Pygmy Forest Protection Project awarded funds; Study Shows Boats Anchored by Sausalito Cause Significant Harm to Bay Ecosystem; As states gather to sign Colorado […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Disneyland, dozens of cities could be flooded by dam failure from huge storm, engineers warn; More storms eye CA into Memorial Day weekend; Oroville Main Spillway not being used amid increased rainfall; Improving fire risk management w/drought early warning info; and more ..

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In California water news today, Disneyland, dozens of cities could be flooded by dam failure from huge storm, engineers warn; More storms eye California, western US into Memorial Day weekend; A Reservoir Rising: How DWR is Managing Lake Oroville in an Above-Average Water Year; Oroville Main Spillway not being used amid increased rainfall; Improving Fire Risk Management With Drought Early […]

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DAILY DIGEST: California lawmakers move to reject Gavin Newsom’s water fee, Senate proposes new funding alternative; Judge rules FEMA must reconsider floodplains plan; Bernhardt: Interior reorganization plans to heat up this summer; and more …

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In California water news today, California lawmakers move to reject Gavin Newsom’s water fee, Senate proposes new funding alternative; San Diego County Water Authority supports bill to spur pumped storage projects; Judge Rules FEMA Must Reconsider Floodplains Plan; California is already drenched. Now three ‘atmospheric rivers’ may unload two months’ worth of rain; Bernhardt: Interior reorganization plans to heat up […]

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DAILY DIGEST: CA AG, enviro groups sue to stop Shasta Dam raise; Residents concerned about Oroville Dam with spring storms looming; As PG&E dumps Potter Valley project, new suitors line up; Audit blasts SF Bay watchdog on inaction; and more …

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In California water news today, California AG Xavier Becerra, environmental groups sue to stop Shasta Dam raise; Residents concerned about Oroville Dam with spring storms looming; Maximizing Use of Water Stored in Soil Could Result in Savings for Farmers; As PG&E dumps Potter Valley project, new suitors line up; Audit Blasts San Francisco Bay Watchdog on Inaction; Santa Clara Valley […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Forecasts call for up to 10 inches of Sierra snow in May; Satellite photo shows state drying out fast; Experts warn of cold snowmelt and swift waters; Aging water workforce spurs industry recruiting efforts; Walmart slashing CO2 of thousands of suppliers; and more …

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In California water news today, ‘More like winter’: Updated forecasts call for up to 10 inches of Sierra snow in May; California had a wet winter. But a satellite photo shows the state is drying out fast; After Tule River swallows teen, experts warn of cold snowmelt and swift waters; There’s a plan to improve drinking water in California – […]

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DAILY DIGEST: New dam proposal in Sierra stirs debate over CA energy policy; What’s all this about a water tax?; Gray whales washing up dead along SF coast; Winterlike weather storm to bring rain, snow; and more …

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In California water news today, New dam proposal in Sierra Nevada stirs debate over California energy policy; What’s all this about a water tax?; Gray whales, starving, washing up dead in startling numbers along SF coast; Winterlike weather pattern to send unusually powerful May storm into California late this week; A tale of cows and salmon (with photos); and more […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: Toward safe and reliable drinking water for all Californians; Coalition in Mendocino County forming to acquire Potter Valley Project; Endangered frog species blocking Camp Fire cleanup; Are Santa Clara Valley farmers paying too little for precious water?; and more …

In California water news this weekend, Toward safe and reliable drinking water for all Californians; Coalition in Mendocino County forming to acquire Potter Valley Project; ‘Absurd’ delay in Paradise: Endangered frog species blocking Camp Fire cleanup; Are Santa Clara Valley farmers paying too little for precious water?; $1 million grant for Elkhorn Slough to help restore wetlands; Wheeler: Trump admin […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Garamendi applauds cancellation of twin tunnels, suggests alternative plan; San Joaquin Tributaries Authority files lawsuit challenging new wetlands regs; Millions for climate, enviro priorities in Newsom’s May budget, but not much for Paradise; and more …

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In California water news today, Garamendi applauds cancellation of Twin Tunnels, suggests alternative plan to Newsom; San Joaquin Tributaries Authority files lawsuit challenging new wetlands regulations; Capitol-to-Capitol: Finding better water management for California; Q&A: Wade Crowfoot, state’s new Natural Resources Secretary; Millions for Climate, Environmental Priorities in Newsom’s May Budget, but not much for Paradise; With Drought Plan in Place, […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Wildfire burn zones depleting snowpack across West, which fuels more fires and snow loss, research shows; Water tax bill moves to appropriations suspense calendar; CA’s bold step forward Into the contentious world of wetlands regulation; and more …

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In California water news today, Wildfire burn zones depleting snowpack across West, which fuels more fires and snow loss, research shows; Water tax bill moves to appropriations suspense calendar; California’s Bold Step Forward Into the Contentious World of Wetlands Regulation; After its 12 wettest months on record, the United States is virtually drought-free for the first time in decades; and […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Four years after CA’s largest dam removal project, how are the fish doing?; Central Valley Project districts seek ways to enhance water supplies; Civil engineers grade CA’s infrastructure with a C-; Imperial Irrigation District approves Salton Sea restoration project; and more …

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In California water news today, Four years after California’s largest dam removal project, how are the fish doing?; Central Valley Project districts seek ways to enhance water supplies; Civil Engineers Grade California’s Infrastructure with a C-; As U.N. warns of widespread extinction, California is already losing species; Imperial Irrigation District approves Salton Sea restoration project; Finally, California and IID reach […]

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