California Water & Drought News for July 9, 2015

  • by BPC Staff
  • on July 9, 2015

Associated Press: California regulators discuss water pricing in drought

Sacramento Bee: California OKs drought curb on Sacramento River flows

Los Angeles Times: Will local water projects lose out to Brown’s tunnel vision?

San Jose Mercury News: Despite drought, Salinas Vally farms thrive

Capital Public Radio News: Some Urban Water Suppliers Far From Conservation Goal

Los Angeles Daily News: New drought-relief bill introduced in Congress

San Francisco Chronicle: Federal water bill plans for the past, ignores the future

Malibu Times: California State Parks Cuts Back on Outdoor Water Use

Santa Rosa Press Democrat: Sonoma County drought diaries

The Monitor Daily: California Waterless Carwash Making Waves Without Water

The Willits News: New statewide landscape limits coming

ABC10 News: Drought boosts artificial plant sales

KTVN: El Nino Conditions Could Continue Into Winter

Western Farm Press: Favorable weather and adequate water supplies bode well for

NBC Southern California: DWP Proposes Rate Increase to Pay for System Upgrades

Monterey County Herald: Boom time for farmers? Salinas Valley thrives, for now

Fox Business: Is California Sucking the Almond Industry Dry?

Washington Post: California city’s desalination push sparks debate over costs, coastal impact

Bradenton Herald: California’s Matsui wants to bypass Congress on water recycling

Voice of America: California Developing Warning System for Water Quality at Beaches

Vacaville Reporter: Two Vacaville water wells exceed Chromium reporting levels

Chico Enterprise-Record: Butte Creek salmon survive with help from canal

Monterey County Weekly: Sonar camera helps Peninsula water district monitor threatened carmel river

Stockton Record: Fish extinction ‘increasingly likely’

VICE News: Weed Growers Are Desperate for Water Amid California’sDrought

Santa Cruz Sentinel: People’s Desal Project starts formal environmental review 

Department of Water Resources: Water Plan eNews

WaterWorld: CA investor-owned water utilities stepping up as ‘conservation leaders’


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