Notice of Draft Waste Discharge Requirements for Public Review and Comment

The Water Board intends to consider adopting the Tentative Order to prescribe waste discharge requirements for the management of wastewater from domestic and winery sources, at the Concannon Winery facility at 4596 Tesla Road, in Livermore Valley, just outside of City of Livermore.  The Water Board intends to consider this matter during a public hearing […]

Today’s California Drought-Related News

Delta Farm Press: The California drought: You’re going pay more at the supermarket Central Valley Business Times: How San Diego area is solving its water shortage problems Channel 3 KEYT: Obama unveils series of climate change initiatives Merced Sun-Star: Drought’s latest effect? Sacramento Valley farmers fallow rice land The Fresno Bee: California drought afflicts new […]

The May 9th Issue of ACWA News

The May 9, 2014, issue of ACWA News is now available online. The top story in this issue: Gov. Jerry Brown on May 1 commemorated May as Save Our Water month and reiterated his call to the public to conserve water while the state is “in the throes of a drought.” Brown’s commemoration was released […]

Hear from Key CA Government Officials at Golden State Water Summit

Infocast has organized the Golden State Water Summit this June in Sacramento, CA, which will address the regulatory initiatives affecting state water infrastructure development and incentives planned for 2014 and beyond. Hear from a multitude of key government officials as they discuss the progress being made by their respective agencies to increase regulatory incentives to […]

Today’s California Drought-Related News

Southern California Public Radio: California Drought News: Cities getting hotter, salmon getting scarcer and water flowing uphill San Joaquin Blogs: Drought discussion on Air Force One Contra Costa Times: Drought affecting farmers, produce, prices Wall Street Cheat Sheet: California’s Drought Is Hurting All of America Southern California Public Radio: Senator Feinstein Fishing for Democratic Support […]

Today’s Climate Change and California Drought-Related News

Capital Public Radio: Drought Wreaks Havoc On Almond Growers As Water Prices Skyrocket Wall Street Journal: Scarce water a key worry in new White House climate change report McClatchy DC:Report says climate change is here, lays out U.S. impacts Bakersfield Now: Water flows uphill? Maybe, in California drought New York Times: U.S. Climate Has Already […]

Public Meeting – General Order for Recycled Water Use

Below in PDF from the State Water Board is a revised Notice of Public Meeting to Consider Adoption of a General Order for Recycled Water Use Tuesday, June 3 9:00 am Cal EPA Headquarters 1001 I Street, Sacramento, CA Notice of Public Meeting to Consider Adoption of General Order for Recycled Water Use

Today’s California Drought-Related News

Merced Sun-Star: Groundwater is at historic low levels throughout California San Jose Mercury News: Water district doubles key water conservation rebates until September   The Produce News: Water issues are serious concern for tree fruit industry if drought lasts another year   Lake County News: California Department of Water Resources observes ‘Save Our Water Month’ […]

University of California Briefing On Water Management

UC Research: Managing Water from Floods to Droughts    Tuesday, May 6, 2014 9:30 am 2168 Rayburn House Office Building Washington, DC      Join the University of California for a briefing on current UC research and its value for making water management decisions in California and the world. Speakers: Dr. Doug Parker, Director, California Institute […]

Today’s Water and Drought-Related News

KTVU: New report concludes global warming is real, will lead to increased extreme weather events Los Angeles Times: UCLA researchers unveil a better way to clean brackish water Nature World News: Oysters May be Able to Protect Us from Rising Seas The Record-Courier: No snow adds up to 6th worst year on record for Tahoe […]