DAILY DIGEST, 3/27: Dry winter plunges much of CA into drought; Five things for CA water agencies to know about COVID-19; Good fire on the Klamath; Delta Council approves $1M in science funding and path forward for Delta levees; National Water and climate update; and more …

Statewide News | National/World Precipitation Watch | Also on the Notebook today On the calendar today ... The Central Valley Flood Protection Board meets at 9am.  Agenda items include Army Co... Read More...

DAILY DIGEST, 3/26: NorCal early April precipitation is expected to be below normal; San Joaquin Valley water district sues to stop salty water exchange; Reclamation, DWR to perform exploratory work near B.F. Sisk Dam; Water utilities’ biggest coronavirus concern is staffing; and more …

Statewide News | National/World | Regional News/Commentary Today's featured article ... | Precipitation Watch | Also on the Notebook today On the calendar today ... Delta Stewardship Council m... Read More...

DAILY DIGEST, 3/25: Nation’s biggest water supplier isolating staff over virus; Family’s 18-year fight with Butte County over water rights tossed; Tulare County Supervisors oppose state over surface water; New Klamath TMDLs: An impossible standard?; and more …

Statewide News | National/World | Commentary Featured article: Ecosystem-Based Management | Precipitation Watch | Also on the Notebook today On the calendar today ... The Delta Conservancy Boa... Read More...

DAILY DIGEST, 3/24: Relentless storms continue to soak CA with rain, snow; Worker at San Jose wastewater plant tests positive for COVID-19; Kids at home? DWR provides free, fun water education materials; Reclamation streamlines process for transferring facilities to local water users; and more …

Statewide News | National/World | Regional News/Commentary Along the Colorado River | Precipitation Watch | Also on the Notebook today On the calendar today ... WEBINAR: Delta Stewardship Coun... Read More...

DAILY DIGEST, 3/20: The West is in an expanding 20-year drought that a ‘March Miracle’ will do little to change; Toilet paper shortages caused by coronavirus blamed for spike in raw sewage spills; Madera sub basin loses $500,000 due to lack of coordination agreement; and more …

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