Water News for July 5, 2018

KRCR News: Klamath dam removal project in final approval stage CBS News: “He drowned right before their eyes”: California man sucked under water by irrigation pipe AgAlert: Commentary: Large reservoirs remain key to state’s water future AgAlert: Nutria pose ‘triple threat,’ officials warn CBS News: Spillway Repairs Have Lake Oroville Hovering Near 800 Feet Maven’s […]

Water News for June 29, 2018

Fresno Bee: If you live in this Valley city, boil your water. E-coli was found, officials say EcoWatch: U.S. Allows Nestlé to Keep Piping Water From Drought-Ridden Southern California The Independent: EPA Bill Rider Would Bar Lawsuits Against WaterFix Maven’s Notebook: OROVILLE DAM SPILLWAYS: Construction update for June 27 (with photos and videos) Press Banner: […]

Water News for June 28, 2018

Herald and News: Three-way split for California would mean a lot of fights ahead over water KRCR News: Oroville lake levels down as holiday weekend approaches NBC Los Angeles: Nestle Allowed to Keep Taking Water From California Forest Despite Opposition FOX 5: Deferred maintenance on city storm water system may lead to emergencies Ukiah Daily Journal: […]

Water News for June 27, 2018

Earther: Wow, Americans Are Actually Getting Better at Conserving Something Action News: Oroville fireworks on the 4th at north forebay ABC 7 News: New, nearly $1 billion reservoir in works for South Bay Sacramento Bee: OPINION: Sites reservoir is too smart an investment for California to pass up Chico Enterprise-Record: Some bumps in the road […]

Water News for June 26, 2018

Patch.com: How Splitting California Into 3 Could Hurt The Water System Express.co.uk: Water usage in US at LOWEST level since 1970 as America battles climate change Washington Post: Americans are conserving water like never before, according to the latest federal data Governing: Wildfire Prompts State of Emergency in Northern California Construction Dive: Feds to hire contractor […]

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 […]