Water Supply Challenges

The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation’s Central Valley Project began water year 2016 on Oct. 1 with 2.9 million acre-feet of water in its... Read More»
Californians statewide reduced their water use by nearly 27% in August – despite exceptionally hot, dry weather – exceeding Gov... Read More»
Water Year 2015 will go down in history as having the least amount of snowpack and highest temperatures in the Sierras on record, according... Read More»
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Thursday began installation of a temporary emergency floating pump system in Folsom Lake that will help... Read More»
The State Water Resources Control Board today notified pre-1914 water right holders with a priority date of 1903 or later in the Sacramento... Read More»
Analyses of blue oak tree rings have led scientists to believe that this spring’s Sierra snowpack was the lowest in 500 years,... Read More»
Save Our Water – California’s official statewide water conservation campaign – launched its first television commercial... Read More»
California’s low income, rural communities would be hit the hardest if the drought drags on another two or three years and wells in... Read More»
California’s ongoing drought will pack a $1.84 billion direct hit to the state’s agricultural sector this year, eliminating... Read More»
California’s state climatologist issued a statement today cautioning that an El Niño winter this year is far from certain and... Read More»
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