CalOES Weekly Weather Threat Briefing for December 13, 2018

Click here for the CalOES Weather Threat Briefing for December 13, 2018.

Your December 2018 Issue of ESTUARY News

Here’s Your December 2018 Issue! The December issue dips into varied estuarine experiences, from recreational swimming and shark fishing to stresses affecting the health of green sturgeon, Hunter’s Point communities, and other coastal ecosystems. Readers will also find out about green bonds for climate adaptation, anti-erosion plantings in North Bay wetlands, and the drug cocktail […]

Water News for December 14, 2018

NBC Bay Area: California Water Board Backs Plan to Increase River Flows KTLA: 7 Southwestern States, Including California, Close to Finalizing Drought Contingency Plan KCRA: Man behind the snow pack survey set to retire California Water News Daily: UCLA Scientist honored by DWR for Large Storm Forecasting Efforts in Conjunction with NASA San Jose Inside: Anderson […]

Water News for December 13, 2018

KQED: California Adopts Landmark River Plan to Bring Back Salmon  Los Angeles Times: Climate change will bring more strong El Niños. Here’s what that means for California  Siskiyou Daily News: Trump admin proposes major rollback of water rules  Appeal Democrat: Hamilton City levee receives funding boost  Redding Record Searchlight: Westlands’ role in Shasta Dam-raising project takes a beating in Redding  San Diego Union-Tribune: Ongoing […]

Water News for December 12, 2018

Associated Press: Southern California agency OKs water plan that awaits Arizona’s approval Daily Democrat: Major rollback of water rules endorsed by California farmers NBC 7: IBWC: Spill in Tijuana Releasing Millions of Gallons of Sewage Into U.S. Per Day Palm Springs Desert Sun: Bighorn sheep watering hole could be drained by Cadiz water project, state […]

CA Exports Rise Despite Tariff Battles

Click here for Beacon Economics’ recent report on California exports.

Perkins Coie California Land Use & Development Law Report

Click here for the latest from the Perkins Coie California Land Use & Development Law Report.

United States Army Corps of Engineers Appropriates $7.95M to Advance the 2019 Port of Redwood City Dredging Infrastructure Project

Click here for the Port of Redwood City’s recent press release for the upcoming USACE funds advance.

Water News for December 10, 2018

NBC Los Angeles: Sierra Snowpack Well Above Average After Storms KTLA: 7 Southwestern States, Including California, Expected to Miss Deadline on Colorado River Drought Plan Western Water: No Longer A ‘Boys Club’: In The World Of Water, Women Are Increasingly Claiming Center Stage San Francisco Chronicle: Big setback for Gov. Brown’s twin tunnels delta water project […]

Adapting to Rising Tides Bay Area: Port of San Francisco Meeting Recap & Next Steps

Adapting to Rising Tides (ART) Bay Area – Port of San Francisco Meeting Recap Thanks very much to those of you who were able to join us at the Port of San Francisco (on a very rainy day) on Tuesday, November 27th. During this meeting, we learned about the ongoing regional work being done for […]