DAILY DIGEST, 8/3: Wildfires can poison drinking water – here’s how to be prepared; 2012-2016 drought retrospective and lessons learned; Rethinking Bay-Delta fish trends by combining multiple surveys; Water bills would fundamentally change under proposal headed for CPUC; and more …

Good morning! In California water news today ... Wildfires can poison drinking water – here’s how communities can be better prepared "In recent years wildfires have entered urban areas, causing breat... Read More...

DAILY DIGEST, 7/31: Tahoe’s State of the Lake Report released; Modeling the changes to the hydrological cycle after a wildfire; How sheds help ensure healthy water quality for millions of Californians; EPA won’t extend relaxed enforcement, despite surging virus data; and more …

Happy Friday! In California water news today ... Tahoe’s State of the Lake Report released "Turning out-of-control shrimp into dog treats, learning the lake physics of safe paddleboarding and maint... Read More...

DAILY DIGEST, 7/30: Newsom sends letter expressing support for Klamath Dam removal; New tools indicate how thinning and fire affect forest water use and boost runoff; Senator Harris to introduce comprehensive environmental justice bill; Californians remain bullish on environment, despite pandemic; and more …

Good morning! In California water news today ... Warren Buffett controls dams in Northern California. Why Gov. Newsom wants them torn down "Desperate to complete a historic but complicated dam remova... Read More...

DAILY DIGEST, 7/28: Avoiding unintended consequences in groundwater recharge water rights permitting; Forging connections to provide safe drinking water; Little time, big agenda when CA lawmakers return; Peter Gleick on the world after coronavirus; and more …

Good morning! On the calendar today ... FREE WEBINAR: FishPAC Connectivity – Fort Goff Creek Bridge from 9am to 10:15am. The California Fish Passage Advisory Committee is hosting a webinar to sha... Read More...

DAILY DIGEST, 7/27: Federal agency reaffirms support for how MID, TID want to operate Don Pedro Reservoir; Can the new Santa Ana wash plan protect habitat and human uses?; 106 years of water supply reliability; Peter Gleick on Donald Trump’s water problem; and more …

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: Feinstein bill would fix San Joaquin Valley canals; New high-tech system protects Lake Tahoe from invasive species; California had a plan to bring clean water to a million people. Then the pandemic hit; Podcast on Klamath Dam removal and what the FERC decision means; and more …

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DAILY DIGEST, 7/24: NOAA’s La Niña watch could signal a dry winter; Interior may shift projects to former Bernhardt client; Researchers identify factor behind 2017 Oroville Dam incident; Central Valley could get federal aid for drinking water; and more

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DAILY DIGEST, 7/23: Admitting failure on water, the Monterey Peninsula will beg state officials for a new deadline; Accurate weather forecasts 28 days out; As flood season settles in, experts shed light on dam safety problems; What happens in Vegas, may come from the Arctic?; and more …

Statewide/National News | Regional News/Commentary Along the Colorado River | Precipitation Watch | Also on the Notebook today On the calendar today ... ONLINE WORKSHOP: Water Use Studies Workg... Read More...