Water News for November 21, 2018

TIME: California Areas Torched By Wildfires Face New Dangers – Flooding and Mudslides KTVU: Many worry the Bay Area rain will be toxic. It will not, meteorologists say ABC 7: Camp Fire smoke, ash won’t impact Bay Area soil, water supply Palo Alto Weekly: City looks to tap into the value of wastewater Maven’s Notebook: […]

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 […]

Water News for September 14, 2018

The News Tribune: More critical water storage is finally coming to California. It took nearly 40 years. CBS News: Global Climate Action Summit puts stress on action Pleasanton Weekly: Local water entities split on Prop 3 endorsement Farmington Daily Times: Rehabilitation work to begin on Navajo Dam gates and valves The Signal: Groundwater managers secure […]

Water News for May 31, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Judges hear, don’t act on, Hetch Hetchy ruling appeal EurekAlert: Heat is driving off clouds that dampen California wildfires San Francisco Chronicle: Crews gaining control of cluster of fast-moving fires Water Deeply: New Device Produces Water from Thin Air – No Electricity Required Woodland Daily Democrat: Just keep swimming: Fish to have […]

Water News for May 16, 2018

Sacramento Bee: Ban on Delta tunnels lawsuits slips into federal spending plan Maven’s Notebook: SUSTAINABLE GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT: Can California successfully integrate groundwater and surface water under SGMA? Water Deeply: Hemp Legalization Poised to Transform Agriculture in Arid West NRDC: Who’s Afraid of Litigation Challenging the Delta Tunnels? Maven’s Notebook: Congressman John Garamendi Slams Efforts to […]