California Water and Drought News for January 9, 2018

  • by BPC Staff
  • on January 9, 2019

These $2,000 solar panels pull clean drinking water out of the air, and they might be a solution to the global water crisis

By Aria Bendix, Business Insider, 1/8/19

Storm poised to slam Sierra, dump another 2 feet of snow

By Amy Graff, SFGATE, 1/8/19

On day 2, Gov. Newsom calls for greater fire safety — and seeks Trump help

By Kurtis Alexander, San Francisco Chronicle, 1/8/19

Marin water supply impacts eyed as PG&E seeks hydropower plant sale

By Will Houston, Marin Independent Journal, 1/8/19

Newsom inherits a ‘whole bunch of headaches’ despite last-minute water deals by Brown

By Dale Kasler and Ryan Sabalow, Sacramento Bee, 1/9/18

Val Verde resident submits tested water results

By Jim Holt, The Signal, 1/8/19

 Greenhouse Gas Reduction Grant Projects Funded

By Oakdale Leader, 1/8/19

Supervisors approve contract for Ross Valley flood design work

By Richard Halstead, Marin Independent Journa, 1/8/19

Tornadoes hit Santa Cruz in Sunday’s winter storm, more wind and rain in forecast

By Amanda del Castillo, ABC 7, 18/19

Draft Procedures of Environmentally Sensitive Waterways from Dredge and Fill Activities Released

By California Water News Daily, 1/8/19

Rail Authority ordered to pay nearly $2 million to environmental groups

By Shomik Mukherjee, Times-Standard, 1/8/19 

Coast Line: River restoration volunteers sought Jan. 12 in Santa Cruz

By Santa Cruz Sentinel, 1/8/19

State regulation would broaden wetlands rules

By Ching Lee, AgAlert, 1/9/18

Updating California’s Fire Risk Maps Will Take Time, New Tech

By Matthew Pera, Emergency Management, 1/8/19

Allstate, State Farm, USAA Sue California Utility Over Wildfires

By Jonathan J. Cooper, Insurance Journal, 1/8/19

Women’s future careers in water topic of Cuyamaca event

By Karen Pearlman, San Diego Union-Tribune, 1/8/19

Napa Sanitation District plans $7 million sewer, street pavement project

By Barry Eberling, Napa Valley Register, 1/8/19

Acosta sworn in as SCV Water Agency board member

By Jim Holt, The Signal, 1/7/19

OPINION: Santa Margarita Water District is the best fit for San Juan Capistrano

By Carolyn Cavecche, Orange County Register, 1/8/19

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