California Water News for March 16, 2018

Sacramento Bee: Why your water provider is fighting California’s ban on watering sidewalks Sacramento Bee: Whiteouts expected through Friday as storm continues to roll through mountains Water Deeply: Big Improvement in Predicting Drought-Busting Atmospheric Rivers Oroville Mercury Register: March storms have raised Lake Oroville level 13 feet Public Policy Institute of California: California Makes Progress on Water Accounting East County […]

California Water News for March 15, 2018

KCRA: More rain and snow coming to Northern California Los Angeles Times: California doesn’t want this towering water project. Trump administration may build it anyway Daily Californian: Water conservation in California drops after dry winter KSBY: Pismo Beach breaks ground on beach access, wastewater improvements National Assn of Clean Water Agencies: Brookings Institution Examines Water Workforce Issues BSan Diego Union-Tribune: Tijuana […]

California Water News for March 14, 2018

Sacramento Bee: Rains pound Northern California, but no ‘March miracle’ likely Grist: Lack of snowpack leaves the West hung out to dry Supervisors hear plan to clear trees killed by drought, beetles Chico Enterprise-Record: DWR submits plans to address Oroville Dam forensic report NRDC: Dam Advocates “Pound the Table” at the CA Water Commission Earth Island Journal: Mega dams Are […]

California Water News for March 13, 2018

Los Angeles Times: Storm triggers evacuations in Santa Barbara County: ‘Don’t be fooled into thinking that this can’t happen again’ Sacramento Bee: This week’s storms could drop 100 inches of snow in the Sierra Nevada California Weather Blog: ‘March Mitigation’ commences as unusually cold late-season storm sequence arrives Sacramento Bee: Last California drought one of the worst since Columbus […]

California Water News for March 12, 2018

AccuWeather: Incoming stormy pattern to aid California drought conditions, hinder travel Chico Mercury Register: 90 years later, St. Francis Dam failure parallels Oroville Dam crisis Chico Enterprise-Record: Letter: Oroville City Council needs to demand dam safety Mercury News: Editorial: Prop. 68 water, parks bond deserves Californians’ support Herald and News: Opinion: Shrinking snowpack calls for new water infrastructure Mercury News: California […]

California Water News for March 9, 2018

California WaterBlog: Is Ecosystem-Based Management Legal for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta? PPIC: An Alternative Approach to Managing the Delta Water Deeply: California Fish Experts: Delta Tunnels Could Help Save Native Species AccuWeather: Weekend storm to deliver welcome rain to drought-stricken California Capital Public Radio: How NASA, Lasers And New Technology Help Measure California’s Snowpack With Exceptional Accuracy San Francisco Examiner: Planning Commission […]

California Water News for March 8, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: First rising tides, now sinking shores: Study finds new trouble for Bay Area Water Deeply: Despite Wet Weather, California Should Prepare for Drought Again Oroville Mercury Register: Oroville saving more water than rest of state The Press: Pressure mounts on WaterFix agencies The Independent: Alternative Water Projects Feasible, but Cost Is Barrier San Francisco Chronicle: Recycled water from […]

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California Water News for March 7, 2018

New York Times: California Today: Why This Year’s Low Snowpack Doesn’t Indicate a Drought AccuWeather: Weekend storm to deliver welcome rain to drought-stricken California Mother Jones: New Study: Eat Your Strawberries Before Climate Change Wipes Them Out Maven’s Notebook: GROUNDWATER RIGHTS PRIMER: What Agencies & Project Developers Need to Know Valley Economy: The Wall and The Tunnels: Multibillion dollar boondoggles […]

California Water News for March 5, 2018

WTOP: Welcome snow slows California’s plunge back to drought San Francisco Gate: Soggy storm boosts Bay Area rainfall totals, but not enough Los Angeles Times: What, if anything, is lost in building one delta tunnel instead of two? Visalia Times-Delta: Gov. Jerry Brown signs new state law promoting dam safety, just not here in Tulare County Ventura County Star: Most […]