Greenwire – CLEAN WATER RULE: EPA to use 2 rulemakings to repeal and replace WOTUS

AN E&E NEWS PUBLICATION CLEAN WATER RULE EPA to use 2 rulemakings to repeal and replace WOTUS Ariel Wittenberg, E&E News reporter Published: Wednesday, April 12, 2017 U.S. EPA reportedly plans to replace the Clean Water Rule with two separate rulemakings, one to repeal the regulation and another to set a new standard. Photo by […]

State Water Resources Control Board – Notice of Special Meeting for Consideration of Personnel Item

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California Water News for April 13, 2017

CBS Sacramento: Governor Defends State’s Handling Of Oroville Dam Spillway Emergency Oroville Mercury Register: Spillway flows to resume Friday morning Associated Press: California Farmers Get First Full Water Supply in More than a Decade Chico Enterprise-Record: Lake Oroville level rising, close to where DWR said main spillway might be used KCRA Sacramento: Oroville Dam: Here’s where things stand now Central […]

California Water News for April 12, 2017

Sacramento Bee: Jerry Brown’s administration blocks public review of Oroville Dam records Wall Street Journal: California’s Central Valley Farmers to Get Full Water Allocation for … Sacramento Bee: California water allocations hit 100 percent – here’s why farmers are still miffed Los Angeles Times: From extreme drought to record rain: Why California’s drought-to-deluge cycle is getting worse Sacramento Bee: Big […]

Reclamation Releases 100 Percent Water Supply Allocation for CVP Contractors South-of-Delta

Mid-Pacific Region Sacramento, Calif. MP-17-066 Media Contact: Russell Grimes, 916-978-5100,<> For Immediate Release: April 11, 2017 Reclamation Releases 100 Percent Water Supply Allocation for Central Valley Project Contractors South-of-Delta SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The Bureau of Reclamation today announced an update to the 2017 water supply allocation for all Central Valley Project contractors South-of-Delta to […]

California Water News for April 11, 2017

The Mercury News: Oroville Dam: More delays for relicensing; appointments needed … E&E News: Deluge overwhelmed dams, exposed lax state oversight ABC10: What’s next with Oroville? University of California: UC Irvine to save 50 million gallons in drinkable water annually Natural Resources Defense Council: Disproving Myths about the CVP’s 2017 Water Allocation Central Valley Business Times: Governor’s train a better deal […]

BPC CEO John Coleman Offers Perspective on End of Drought with Phil Matier on KPIX Channel 5 News

This past Friday, California Governor Jerry Brown at long last announced the end of the 6-year drought, lifting the emergency measures put into place in 2014. But since much of California was already out of a drought months ago, many are left asking why the governor waited this long to act. BPC CEO John Coleman joined CBS San Francisco’s Phil Matier on his segment “Matier in the […]

California Water and Drought News for April 10, 2017

CBS:  At Issue: The End of the Drought Associated Press: California governor declares historic drought over _ for now PJ Media: Governor Brown: California Drought Is Officially Over Delta Confluence: Gov. Brown ends drought emergency in most of state KRCRTV.COM: Farmers relieved about greatest water supply since the drought E&E News: Drought declared over, so why does water future look […]

State Water Resources Control Board – Agenda for April 19, 2017 Board Meeting

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SWRCB – Revised Notice of Opportunity to Comment, Public Workshop and Adoption Meeting – Drinking Water for Schools Grant Program Funding Guidelines

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