DAILY DIGEST: Climate change may lead to bigger atmospheric rivers; How ecosystem services and adaptive decision-making can improve land management; A rundown of key environmental measures on the June 5 ballot; Proposal to raise Shasta Dam could mean renewed rancor; and more …

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In California water news today, Climate change may lead to bigger atmospheric rivers; Better together: How Ecosystem Services and Adaptive Decision-Making Can Improve Land Management; Here’s a rundown of key environmental measures on the June 5 ballot; Klamath Tribes sue to protect endangered sucker; Proposal to raise Shasta Dam could mean renewed rancor; and more … In the news today […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Officials: Oroville Dam rebuild is 45% complete; The environmental impact of growing cannabis, both legally and illegally; Congress gets into Delta water debate; Water plant serving Ceres, Turlock stalls over MID counsel’s fear of eroding rights; and more …

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In California water news today, Officials: Oroville Dam rebuild is 45% complete; The environmental impact of growing cannabis, both legally and illegally; Congress gets into Delta water debate; Radio show: Californians Might Get A Tax Break For Capturing Rainwater; Water on the way to Klamath project; New restoration effort would give big boost to Lake Tahoe watershed; Water plant serving […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Independent governance eyed for State Water Project; Billions in water bond funding await decision by CA voters; Little-known accounting policy could fuel green infrastructure surge; Tribal nations hold some of the best water rights in the West; and more …

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In California water news today, Independent governance eyed for State Water Project; Billions in water bond funding await decision by California voters; Little-Known Accounting Policy Could Fuel Green Infrastructure Surge; Tribal nations hold some of the best water rights in the West; Pruitt promises action on rising threat from contaminants; and more … On the calendar today … The Delta […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Bird’s eye look of work underway at Oroville Dam spillways; Restore Hetch Hetchy back in court; Cal Water Fix rider: Congress learning to padlock the courthouse door; Pruitt: Dealing with water contaminant a priority; and more …

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In California water news today, Bird’s eye look of work underway at Oroville Dam spillways; Restore Hetch Hetchy back in court; Congress learning to padlock the courthouse door; Pruitt: Dealing with water contaminant a priority; Should you be worried about your water supply?; and more … In the news today … Bird’s eye look of work underway at Oroville Dam […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Five things to know about the water bonds on upcoming ballots; Trump appoints new EPA head for Region 9 in San Francisco; Crisis on the High Plains: The Loss of America’s Largest Aquifer – the Ogallala; and more …

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In California water news today, Five things to know about the water bonds on upcoming ballots; Trump appoints new EPA head in SF who led ‘lock her up’ chants against Clinton; Crisis on the High Plains: The Loss of America’s Largest Aquifer – the Ogallala; and more … In the news today … Five things to know about the water […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: Toxic wastewater from oil fields endangers California’s water supply; Sites Reservoir officials: $1 billion falls short of hopes; Temperance Flat Dam fallout continues; Water contamination clearing up in Santa Rosa’s Fountaingrove; and more …

In California water news this weekend, Toxic wastewater from oil fields endangers California’s water supply; Sites Reservoir officials: $1 billion falls short of hopes; Temperance Flat Dam fallout continues; Santa Rosa: Water contamination clearing up in Fountaingrove; Key permits will allow Putah Creek restoration to move forward; The Salton Sea is dying and now threatening children; and more … In […]

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DAILY DIGEST: CA moves closer to to crafting specific water caps for urban districts; Lessons from Arizona could offer guide to solving CA’s groundwater problem; Where candidates for governor stand on the issues; Will Trump’s pick to run EPA in CA show up for work? and more …

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In California water news today, Indoor use limits, water budgets and aerial data gathering: California’s plan to wean us off water waste; California moves closer to to crafting specific water caps for urban districts; Could the Arizona Desert Offer California and the West a Guide to Solving its Groundwater Problem?; State audit of water rates request submitted by Wilk, Lackey […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Mapping changes in world’s water, NASA scientists find ‘human fingerprint’ in many areas, CA losing groundwater at a record pace; Patience wears thin at the Salton Sea; Supply, demand key to balancing valley’s water needs; and more …

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In California water news today, Mapping changes in world’s water, NASA scientists find ‘human fingerprint’ in many areas,  losing groundwater at a record pace; As salinity grows and toxic dust spreads, patience wears thin at the Salton Sea; How much water should California cities use? New data may help; Supply, demand key to balancing valley’s water needs; Officials angered over […]

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