California Drought and Water News for June 11, 2014

  • by BPC Staff
  • on June 11, 2014

Capital Public Radio: The ‘Deepest Straw Wins’ in Central Valley Scramble for Groundwater

Capital Public Radio: Drought Intensifies Push for Better California Groundwater Management

Capital Public Radio: Studies Examine California Water Agencies Drought Mitigation Plans

KQED Science: Dueling Drought Strategies: Save More Water or Store More Water

The Californian: Report: State could save water by recycling, storing

GRIST Magazine: Here’s how California could fix its drought-time water woes

Central Valley Business Times: Claim: California could save enough water to supply all the state’s cities

Visalia Times Delta: Time to consider desalination of ocean water

The Associated Press:34 projects authorized by water legislation

Sacramento Bee: Viewpoints: Water projects bill shows what bipartisan cooperation can produce

Modesto Bee: Teach farmers water-saving methods, study urges

U.S. Water Alliance: EPA’s new rule for cooling water intakes

Digital Journal: WERF expands research on energy production from wastewater

KGO San Francisco: Agricultural drought emergency declared in Marin County

Press-Democrat: Withstanding the drought: Agriculture on the rise in Sonoma County

The Associated Press: Obama signs $12.3B water projects bill, applauds bipartisanship

Contra Costa Times: EBMUD water rates to go up 9.5%

KTVU Oakland: Environmentalists warn of urgent water shortage



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