California Water and Drought News for December 28, 2018

California weather remains dry. Is it too early to talk drought?

By Ryan Sabalow and Dale Kasler, Sacramento Bee, 12/27/18

New DWR Flood Maintenance Assistance Program Seeking Proposals

By California Water News Daily, 12/27/18

The West Coast’s biggest bird oasis is dying. Will it be saved?

By Alejandra Borunda, National Geographic, 12/28/18

From California budget to water, Brown leaves lasting mark

By Kathleen Ronayne, ABC News, 12/28/18

A trillion acre-feet of water? Trinity County water diverters to pay $10,000 for lax reports

By Vincent Moleski, Sacramento Bee, 12/27/18

It was a year of deadly wildfires. That’s likely the new normal.

By Linda Givetash, NBC News, 12/28/18

Most Insurers to Increase Payments to California Wildfire Victims Without Itemization

By Insurance Journal, 12/28/18

‘Women in Water’ Symposium Focuses on Career Opportunities and Advancement

By Debbie L. Sklar, Times of San Diego, 12/27/18

Wastewater Treatment Plant Project ahead of schedule

By Kelci Parks, Fort Bragg Advocate News, 12/27/18

FEMA awards Sonoma Water grant

By Community VOICE, 12/28/18


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