Water News for October 23, 2018

Weather Channel: States Along Colorado River Work to Finish Water Agreements as Lakes Mead and Powell Reach Critical Levels ABC 10: San Joaquin Valley farmers hoping Trump’s water policy would end ‘water grab’ Sacramento Bee: Near record-low returns of spring chinook to South Umpqua Los Angeles Times: Water bond would spread money across the state […]

Water News for October 22, 2018

Sacramento Bee: ‘So much water.’ Trump moves to slash environmental rules on Delta, putting farms before fish San Francisco Chronicle: When it comes to propping up SF’s crumbling seawall, no one’s resisting Curbed Los Angeles: Another hot and dry winter for LA? Mission Valley News: Pure Water moves forward, construction beginning soon Sierra Sun: Water […]

Water News for October 19, 2018

CBS Los Angeles: State Of Extremes: California Home To Hottest, Coldest Spots In US San Francisco Chronicle: SF water safe to drink — tests after scare in Sunset show no pesticides Los Angeles Times: Southern California winds prompt second fire warning this week Modesto Bee: Community leaders celebrate removal of deadly, ugly Dennett Dam in Modesto […]

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING – Joint Triennial Review of the Water Quality Control Plans for the Sacramento River and San Joaquin River Basins and the Tulare Lake Basin

Click here for the Notice of Public Hearing regarding the Joint Triennial Review of the Water Quality Control Plans for the Sacramento River and San Joaquin River Basins and the Tulare Lake Basin.

Stockton-Delta Region Areawide Aquatic Weed Project Meeting

Click here for info on the October 26, 2018 USDA Stockton-Delta Region Areawide Aquatic Weed Project Meeting.

Water News for October 17, 2018

Los Angeles Daily News: Lights back on for most who lost power as Santa Ana winds subside in Southern California FOX 26: 300th Nutria captured, creature now breeding in Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta KYMA: Officials still urging residents to stay away from the Salton Sea News Deeply: Is Resistance Futile? Cigarette Butts Still Dominate Coastal Litter […]

CASA Connects for October 16, 2018

Member News California Water Professionals Appreciation Week Recap Thank you to all of our members who participated in California Water Professionals Appreciation Week! We appreciate those of you who shared your agency’s activities during the week and promoted the activities of other member agencies. Below are two member profiles we featured to highlight the important […]

Water News for October 16, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Marsh project means more fish, birds and wildlife The Weather Channel: California Utilities Restoring Power After Intentional Cuts to Tens of Thousands Due to Extreme Fire Danger, Santa Ana Winds ABC 7: 1,000-gallon sewage spill shuts down Huntington Harbour to swimmers Ukiah Daily Journal: Government officials at town hall give Redwood Valley […]

Water News for October 15, 2018

NBC Los Angeles: Thunderstorms Hit Southern California, Lightning Blamed for Fires SFGATE: 300th nutria killed in California as officials worry giant swamp rats are spreading into the delta San Francisco Chronicle: Plan to revive rivers pits SF against California Fox 40: Why Water Conservation Officials are Intentionally Flooding Central Valley Vineyards Colfax Record: Centennial Dam spending […]

ENS Federal Report for October 12, 2018

Click here for the ENS Federal Report for October 12, 2018.