Water News for May 25, 2018

The Modesto Bee: Pouring a little rain on Prop 68’s parade; but most others should pass Mercury News: Water, water everywhere: memorable NorCal floods The Signal: Tax rate to pay for State Water Project likely to remain unchanged NewsDeeply: Time for California to Deliver on the Human Right to Water San Francisco Chronicle: Time for […]

Water News for May 24, 2018

Marin Independent Journal: Opinion: Marin Voice: Proposition 68 targets state, local environmental needs The Business Journal: State issues slight bump in water deliveries KRCR: Thermalito Diversion Pool opens for Memorial Day Weekend Golden State Newspaper: Congress gets into Delta water debate KCRA3: Phase 2 of reconstruction on Oroville Dam spillway on track Western Farm Press: […]

State Water Resources Control Board – June 1 Meeting on Water Loss

   This is a message from the State Water Resources Control Board SB 555 requires the State Water Resources Control Board to develop volumetric performance standards for water loss for urban retail water suppliers between January 2019 and July 2020.   We are conducting a series of four stakeholder workgroup meetings during 2018. The meetings will […]

Water News for May 23, 2018

Water Now Alliance: Financing the Future of Water Infrastructure Just Got a Whole Lot Easier Part 2: What Is ‘Distributed Infrastructure’ and Why Should You Care About It? Bakersfield Californian: State Water Project allocation rises to 35 percent Chico Enterprise-Record: Diversion Pool accessible this weekend for first time since spillway emergency Sacramento Bee: Opponents of […]

Water News for May 22, 2018

Maven’s Notebook: Water Supply Allocation Increases Slightly for State Water Contractors Water Deeply: California Water Agency Concerned as Neighboring Geothermal Plant Expands Fresno Bee: Opinion: Valley farms, cities need Temperance Flat Dam to assure secure water future Western FarmPress: Opinion: The high hurdles to California water storage E&E News: Congress learning to padlock courthouse door […]

Water News for May 21, 2018

Water Deeply: Five Things to Know About Water Bonds on Upcoming California Ballots Los Angeles Times: Del Mar considers unpopular ‘planned retreat’ strategy due to rising sea level Water Deeply: Innovative Water Storage Projects Aid Wildlife, Salmon and Fishing Jobs Appeal Democrat: Sites Reservoir officials: $1 billion falls short of hopes Oroville Mercury Register: Editorial: […]

Water News for May 18, 2018

Water Education Foundation: Could the Arizona Desert Offer California and the West a Guide to Solving Its Groundwater Problem? Maven’s Notebook: DWR forms partnership for design and construction of WaterFix; JPA charged with constructing California Water Fix holds inaugural meeting; Delta County Supervisors in staunch opposition to WaterFix construction Los Angeles Times: California moves closer […]

Water News for May 17, 2018

Western Farm Press: Supply, demand key to balancing valley’s water needs Water Deeply: How Much Water Should California Cities Use? New Data Could Help KQED Science: Yearlong Bay ‘Challenge’ Ends with Lofty Plans for Staving Off Sea Level Rise PPIC: The Yuba Accord: A Model for Water Management Red Green and Blue: Opinion: California ramming […]

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 […]

Water News for May 15, 2018

Maven’s Notebook: State Water Contractors Announce Formation of Joint Powers Authority for California WaterFix Water Deeply: Facing Climate and Water Pressures, Farmers Return to Age-Old Practice Business Wire (press release): Metropolitan Board Chairman’s Statement on Formation of California WaterFix Design and Construction Authority Department of Water Resources: Formation of Delta Conveyance Design and Construction Authority and […]