California Water & Drought News for October 14, 2014

Associated Press: Study shows fault near key California water supply among 4 at risk of major quake  Chico Enterprise Record: Lake Oroville inches closer to record low NPR: How Too Many Trees Contribute To California’s Drought Hanford Sentinel: Drought taking bite out of almonds The Republic: Drought making Calif. more like Arizona Here and Now: Wells Have Run Dry In One […]

California Water & Drought News for October 13, 2014

San Diego Union Tribune: A history of megadrought The Week: How California’s Central Valley went from breadbasket to wasteland San Gabriel Valley Tribune: Dry-weather runoff: A new source of water for drought-stricken California? Watchdog: The simplest solution to California’s drought crisis USA Today: California drought perk: Better wine KQED: California Farmers Pray for Rain, Prepare for Continued Drought Los Angeles Times: Pentagon […]

Public Comment Period – Tentative Resolution to Concur with Findings of the Sonoma Valley Salt and Nutrient Management Plan

This is a message from the California Regional Water Quality Control Board, San Francisco Bay Region (2). The San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board’s staff has prepared a Tentative Resolution that concurs with the findings of the Sonoma Valley Salt and Nutrient Management Plan. The “Policy for Water Quality Control for Recycled Water” […]

Agenda for October 21, 2014 Board Meeting of the State Water Resources Control Board

This is a message from the State Water Resources Control Board. Click here for the agenda for the October 21, 2014 SWRCB Board Meeting.

California Water & Drought News for October 10, 2014

Washington Post: California is actually doing a pretty good job of saving water during the drought Associated Press: Colorado River water-conservation effort to begin Headlines & Global News: California Drought Leading To Better Quality Wine Grapes Western Farm Press: Could USGS data help California with groundwater law? Los Angeles Times: Will the drought kill California’s economy?  Richmond Confidential: As drought worsens, […]

ACWA eNews for October 8, 2014

Home › News › ACWA eNews ACWA eNews for Oct. 8, 2014 ACWA’s eNews is a weekly roundup of California water news and events. Manage your subscription here. Californians Embraced Water Conservation in August, Posting 11.5% Across-the-Board Savings Submitted by Pamela Martineau on Tue, 10/07/2014 – 12:01pm Californians embraced water conservation in a big way […]

Governor Brown’s ads for Prop 1 and 2

Click here to view Governor Brown’s ads in support of Prop 1 and 2.

California Water & Drought News for October 8, 2014

Associated Press: California: Water Use Falls in Wake of Restrictions San Francisco Chronicle: California drought: Big water cuts by many Northern Californians Los Angeles Times: Californians respond to drought, cut water use 11.5% in August Associated Press: Klamath River flows increased to help salmon The Hill: Congress needed on water, power Care2.com: How California Can Survive a Prolonged Drought CBS Sacramento: Campaign […]

Notice of Proposed Emergency Rulemaking – Annual Waste Discharge Permit Fees

This is a message from the State Water Resources Control Board. Click here to view the Notice of Proposed Emergency Rulemaking – Annual Waste Discharge Permit Fees – Amendments to Division 3 of Title 23 of the California Code of Regulations.  

Third Revised Notice Of Public Workshop And Adoption Meeting – Drinking Water Systems General Permit

This is a message from the State Water Resources Control Board. Click here to view the  Third Revised Notice of Public Workshop and Adoption Meeting on the Final Draft Resolution approving a Mitigated Negative Declaration and Exceptions to the Statewide Implementation Policy and the California Ocean Plan for Drinking Water System Discharges and Final Draft Statewide […]