Water Supply Challenges

Californians embraced water conservation in a big way in August – the state’s hottest month – cutting usage by 11.5%... Read More»
If significant early rains occur this fall or winter, curtailed water right holders in the Sacramento, San Joaquin, Russian and Eel... Read More»
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation’s Central Valley Project began water year 2015 with 3.1 million acre-feet of water in its six key CVP... Read More»
California’s water year 2014 – which ended Sept. 30 – will go down as one of the driest years in the state’s... Read More»
The Department of Water Resources (DWR) on Sept. 23 announced its recommendations for $200 million in grants for projects designed to... Read More»
Data from the U.S. Geological Survey’s (USGS) national streamflow database has confirmed an interesting hydrogeologic phenomenon... Read More»
Want to develop a plan to help California meet its water system challenges? Theoretically, that is. If so, check out Next 10’s newly... Read More»
Bay Area water officials are utilizing a pilot project of water transfer agreements and regional cooperation to help endure ongoing drought... Read More»
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation on Sept. 5 released the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Upper San Joaquin River Basin Storage... Read More»
The Save Our Water campaign has launched a Spanish-language website – AhorreNuestraAgua.com– to help even more Californians... Read More»
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