Water News for June 22, 2018

Water Deeply: A New Groundwater Market Emerges in California. Are More on the Way? Los Angeles Times: Prep work for 4-year dig at Devil’s Gate Dam set for this fall, county says Redding Record Searchlight: Construction contract to raise height of Shasta Dam expected next year Press Telegram: $7.5M approved for project under Long Beach […]

Water News for June 21, 2018

Water Deeply: The Two Biggest Challenges to Groundwater Recharge in California Associated Press: Report Finds Industrial Chemicals in Water Supply More Toxic Than Thought News Review: California’s forests are choking Stanford: Adapting to Change: Recommendations for Improving U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Reservoir Management Chico Enterprise-Record: Earth being moved to Hamilton City levee Capitol Weekly: […]

Water News for June 20, 2018

SF Gate: Here’s where triple-digit heat will hit in California over the weekend Press-Enterprise: Excessive heat warning issued for IE communities as Southern California bakes Maven’s Notebook: The Consequences of Sustainable Groundwater Management Water Deeply: California Limits Daily Personal Water Use to 55 Gallons – Kind Of Indy Bay: Orange Co. water district committee backs […]

Water News for June 19, 2018

Sacramento Bee: Triple-digit weather is on the way – here’s when we’ll feel the heat in Sacramento Associated Press: Warned 30 years ago, global warming ‘is in our living room’ Water Deeply: New Tool Will Help Save Water by Measuring Plant Health from Space Capital Public Radio: ‘Water Tax’ Debate Continues after California Budget Passage […]

Water News for June 18, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Coastal homes may be flooded out by 2045 Maven’s Notebook: Reclamation increases 2018 Central Valley Project water allocation for South-of-Delta ag contractors to 50% Red Green and Blue: Delta Tunnels: Congress wants to ban lawsuits on the tunnels. Should Orange County support that? E&E News: Senators insist on judicial review of water […]

Water News for June 15, 2018

New York Times: EPA chief plans to roll back water and tailpipe rules Water Education Foundation: As Colorado River Levels Drop, Pressure Grows on Arizona To Complete a Plan for Water Shortages IWA: What will be the leading-edge water solutions of the 21st century? Service Press Enterprise: Fire officials to Southern California: Get ready for daily and ‘difficult’ wildfire […]

Water News for June 14, 2018

Water Deeply: Toxic Trap: Groundwater Over-Pumping Boosts Arsenic in California Aquifer New York Times: Antarctica Is Melting Three Times as Fast as a Decade Ago Los Angeles Times: Editorial: California, the world’s fifth-largest economy, has a Third World drinking water problem The Press: Controversial California WaterFix bill on the table KDRV: California Water Authorities Consider […]

Water News for June 13, 2018

Water Deeply: Three Ways to Protect Your Interests as a Groundwater User in California Phys.org: South Napa earthquake linked to summer groundwater dip Associated Press: Folsom, Shasta among dams at-risk of ‘insider threats’ UC Irvine: To forecast winter rainfall in the Southwest, look to New Zealand in the summer Maven’s Notebook: California Water Fix Administrative […]

Water News for June 12, 2018

Wired: LA Is Doing Water Better Than Your City. Yes, That LA High Country News: How the Yurok Tribe is reclaiming the Klamath River Water Deeply: Clean Streams Key to Aiding Recovery of Endangered Frogs in California San Diego Union-Tribune: California is on fire again. Here are the 2018 fires happening right now Appeal Democrat: […]

Water News for June 11, 2018

Water Deeply: Dozens of Water Systems Consolidate in California’s Farming Heartland MBG Planet: Water Is Not a Renewable Resource: An Inside Look into The Water Crises of Today California Water Blog:: SGMA struggles to overcome marginalization of disadvantaged communities Los Angeles Times: Political maneuvers preceded Metropolitan Water District’s delta tunnel vote Visalia Times-Delta: Cancer-causing contaminant found […]