DAILY DIGEST: What will the Delta tunnels cost SoCal?; Sites, Temperance Flat, Los Vaqueros, Centennial Dam ask for Prop 1 funds; Trump’s EPA is caving to chemical industry, environmental groups say; and more …

In California water news today, A nearly $17 billion water project is being planned for California. What will it cost the Southland?; Sites Reservoir backers ask for water bond money; Nevada Irrigation District applies for Centennial Dam funding; East Bay reservoir expansion plan wins support of environmental groups; Valley leaders request $1.3 billion for Temperance Flat Dam; Trump’s EPA is […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Sites Reservoir supporters want $1.6 billion from water bond; Billionaire forced to reopen Bay Area beach; Farmers propose novel solution to fight over groundwater in Nevada; Pruitt carrying out his EPA agenda in secret, critics say; and more …

In California water news today, Sites Reservoir supporters want $1.6 billion from water bond; Should Oroville evacuees get state payment? Suit seeks class-action status; Billionaire forced to reopen Bay Area beach; Farmers propose novel solution to fight over groundwater in Nevada; Dressed to kill: Deep-sea animals eating plastic fibers from clothing; Scott Pruitt is carrying out his EPA agenda in […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Butte County files lawsuit over twin tunnels project; Enviros say proposed cannabis grow rules fail to protect wildlife; FEMA pays almost $23 million towards Oroville Dam crisis; NW farmers urge Trump administration to sidestep salmon protection rules; and more …

In California water news today, Butte County files lawsuit over twin tunnels project; Environmentalists say proposed cannabis grow rules fail to protect wildlife; Panel weighed Oroville Spillway failure in 2014 – and called it unlikely; Spillway reconstruction: Review board concerned about temporary concrete; Trump administration sends payout for Oroville Dam crisis. Could more be on the way?; FEMA pays almost […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Ten states back California agencies in fight with tribe over groundwater; Federal report sees human-caused changes to California’s climate; Seawalls pose greater risks with higher ocean levels; and more …

In California water news today, Ten states back California agencies in fight with tribe over groundwater; States ask High Court to define ‘fractured’ groundwater rights; Federal report sees human-caused changes to California’s climate; Seawalls pose greater risks with higher ocean levels; Prep work for Oroville spillway nearly complete; No snow left? Aerial survey shows 8% still remains in the San […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Cutoff wall but no chute this year for Oroville Dam; Local entities oppose funding sources for drinking water bill; ACWA study highlights new approaches to water storage; Plan for San Joaquin Valley reservoir to recharge groundwater draws concern; and more …

In California water news today, Cutoff wall but no chute this year for Oroville Dam; Local entities oppose funding sources for drinking water bill; ACWA study highlights new approaches to water storage; Plan for San Joaquin Valley reservoir to recharge groundwater draws concern; From toilet water to drinking water; California’s largest water supplier says federal water bill goes too far; […]

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DAILY DIGEST: One of the largest dam removals in California history inches forward; Toxic waste from pot farms alarms experts; A decades-long public land battle continues in the California desert; and more …

In California water news today, One of the largest dam removals in California history inches forward; Toxic waste from pot farms alarms experts; California duck population down after historic drought; $1 billion worth of claims for Oroville Dam damages filed with the State of California; From spectacular vistas to the pits: A decades-long public land battle continues in the California […]

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DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: Oroville Dam: Six months after disaster, a race to repair; In San Francisco, a forgotten wetland resurfaces in new art installation; In court battle over groundwater rights, Agua Caliente’s leader demands water treatment; and more …

In California water news this weekend, Oroville Dam: Six months after disaster, a race to repair; Levee repairs underway as many more are needed; PG&E wants people to stay off of its flumes; San Francisco: Beneath the pavement: A forgotten wetland resurfaces in new art installation; Indian Wells Valley Groundwater Authority’s Technical Advisory Committee prioritizes studies to import water to […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Friant-Kern Canal slows by 60%, subsidence to blame; How much drinking water has California lost to oil industry waste? Nobody knows; Last Ghost Fleet ship leaves Suisun Bay after long pollution fight; the latest video from Oroville, and more …

In California water news today, Friant-Kern Canal slows by 60%, subsidence to blame; How much drinking water has California lost to oil industry waste? Nobody knows; How water became the new focus of corporate water sustainability; Last Ghost Fleet ship leaves Suisun Bay after long pollution fight; Gustine: Pilot project explores groundwater banking; the latest video from Oroville, and more […]

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DAILY DIGEST: Why California has tossed the drinking water limit on chromium-6; New water bonds could go before voters in 2018; First step in implementing groundwater law successful; Farm groups sue feds over habitat designations; and more …

In California water news today, Why California has tossed the drinking water limit on ‘Erin Brockovich’ chemical; State Water Board rescinds chromium-6 MCL pending further economic analysis; New water bonds could go before voters in 2018; First step in implementing groundwater law successful; Farm groups sue feds over habitat designations; House bill redirects river flows from fish to farms; State’s […]

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DAILY DIGEST: California may see more rain over the next century; Droughts leave California fishermen reeling; Walls won’t save our cities from rising seas: here’s what will; and more …

In California water news today, California may see more rain over the next century; Droughts leave California fishermen reeling; As salmon season opens, a reminder of drought’s lasting effects; State agency orders studies of spillway safety at 93 dams across California; Walls won’t save our cities from rising seas: here’s what will; and more … On the calendar today … […]

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