California Water News for August 18, 2017

Sacramento Bee: Delta tunnels project needs water agencies to pay for it. Why some are hesitating Bond Buyer: Calif. water plan could squeeze utilities Los Angeles Times: Long-term commitment to California’s water resources is essential Total Landscape Care: A look at post-drought California and water conservation 89.3 KPCC: Study: forests taking longer to recover from drought due to hotter … Hoodline: With Drought Over, Water To Flow Again In Several Parks Into the […]

State Water Resources Control Board – Notice of Rescheduled Public Hearing – Marble Mountain Ranch

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California Water News for August 17, 2017

Capital Public Radio News: A Dozen Water Storage Projects Compete For Bond Funding San Francisco Chronicle: Invasive crabs flourish in Marin lagoon, despite eradication efforts Mercury News: Pacheco Creek: Native American remains, artifacts found at proposed dam site YubaNet: NID Takes Action at Scott’s Flat Reservoir for Public Safety Courthouse News: Farmers, Environmentalists Join to Fight California ‘WaterFix’ Project OC Register: Sites Reservoir […]

California Water News for August 16, 2017

Daily Democrat: Feather River gets new gravel for spawning salmon Oroville Mercury Register: DWR replacing spawing beds that washed away during Oroville … San Jose Mercury News: Money starting to flow for new dams in state KMPH Fox 26: Temperance Flat Dam one step closer CaliforniaAgToday: Temperance Flat Plan Would Triple Current Storage California Farm Bureau: Water project backers file application for Proposition […]

California Water News for August 15, 2017

Los Angeles Times: A nearly $17-billion water project is being planned for California. What will it cost the Southland? Capital Public Radio News: Sites Reservoir Supporters Want $1.6 Billion From Water Bond Chico Enterprise Record: Oroville Dam relicensing: Signatories didn’t back down after DWR’s ‘subtle threats’ Chico Enterprise-Record: Feather River gets new gravel for spawning salmon Capital Public Radio: A Trip Down The Feather River Shows […]

State Water Resources Control Board – CHANGE SHEET #1 FOR ITEM 3 (OTC) – AUGUST 15, 2017 BOARD MEETING

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California Water News for August 14, 2017

USA TODAY: US and Mexico finalizing Colorado River water-sharing deal Central Valley Business Times: Conflict and change mark the California water world Fresno Bee: Temperance Flat Dam investment will pay off for California riskmanagementmonitor.com: Oroville Dam Flood Claims Filed Capital Public Radio News: A Trip Down The Feather River Shows Impacts Of Oroville Spillway … CBS Sacramento: Class Action Lawsuit Filed Over Oroville Dam Spillway Emergency The Sacramento Bee: Should Oroville Dam evacuees get state payment? Suit […]

California Water News for August 11, 2017

News Deeply: Why Markets Aren’t Easy Solution for California’s Groundwater … The Sacramento Bee: Southern Californians, here’s how much your water bills could rise to pay for Delta tunnels Los Angeles Times: California receives $22 million from FEMA for Oroville Reservoir emergency Fox and Hounds Daily: Brown’s blunder down under Sierra Sun Times: California and National Drought Summary for August 8, 2017 KTVL: No drought year for parts of Oregon and California […]

Department of Parks and Recreation Division of Boating and Waterways – Egeria Densa Treatment

  Submersed Aquatic Vegetation Control Program   Department of Parks and Recreation  Division of Boating and Waterways   Egeria densa, Curlyleaf  pondweed, Fanwort, Eurasian watermilfoil, Coontail      Treatment for August 14 thru August 18, 2017       Herbicide treatment of invasive submersed aquatic vegetation began on March 1, 2017, the earliest date the program […]

Department of Parks and Recreation Division of Boating and Waterways – Water Hyacinth Treatments

  FLOATING AQUATIC VEGETATION CONTROL PROGRAM    Department of Parks and Recreation Division of Boating and Waterways   Water Hyacinth, Spongeplant and Water Primrose      Treatments for August 14 thru August 18, 2017     Herbicide treatment of invasive floating aquatic vegetation began on March 1, 2017, the earliest date the program is permitted […]